Apple Pulls Down Quartz App from Store in China

China Concerned Over Content Published by Website

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Apple has removed the Quartz app from its store in China following concerns about the content published by the website.

According to a statement by business website Quartz, the application was being pulled down “because it includes content that is illegal in China.”

The website has been aggressively covering the NBA controversy in China and the ongoing protests in Hong Kong

The application has a virtual private network-enabled website that allowed Chinese users to beat the government censorship of the internet.

Commenting on the action, Quartz’s CEO Zach Seward said the company “abhor this kind of government censorship of the internet.”

The move comes days after Apple pulled down HKmap.live, a real-time tracking app that allowed Hong Kong protestors to track police movements. Apple said the app endangers the police and Hong Kong residents.

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