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Beijing Winter Olympics 2022: Over 160 Campaign Groups call on the International Olympic Committee to ‘reverse past mistakes’ in awarding Beijing the 2022 Winter Olympics Activists remind the IOC of past warnings of China’s human rights atrocities ahead of the Executive Committee meeting in...

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For the first time, Apple has issued a new human rights policy [1] that includes the company’s commitment to freedom of information and expression as human rights. The policy comes after Tibet, Uyghur, Hong Konger, Chinese democracy, and ethical consumer activist groups campaigned [2]...

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Tibetan, Uyghur and other activists protested outside Apple’s flagship store in the Carnegie Library, Washington D.C., on Thursday, in a campaign organised by the international consumer group SumOfUs and Students for a Free Tibet. The protest follows Apple CEO Tim Cook’s appearance...

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Projections in London on Apple’s Covent Garden store, and the Chinese Embassy from global consumer group SumOfUs highlight how Apple is helping expand China’s repressive cybersurveillance (videos & photos). LONDON: As the government of China imposes sweeping new restrictions on Hong Kong,...

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“Freedom of Expression Concert” & “Worldwide Developers Against Apple Censorship Conference” to Coincide with Apple’s Famed Developers Conference As Apple gets set to host an online version of their annual Worldwide Developers Conference, a diverse coalition working to end Apple censorship will...

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Today, June 4, 2020 marks the 31st anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. In the spring of 1989, Beijing erupted with the largest student-led pro-democracy demonstration which quickly spread to over 30 cities around China. On June 4, 1989, the CCP ordered...

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