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Cook responds to China criticisms, says he believes in freedom and is optimistic about future change

Apple CEO Tim Cook has hit back at suggestions that Apple is failing to fulfil a moral obligation to fight for freedom of expression in China. The company had come under repeated fire from local customers and human rights groups for bowing to pressure from the Chinese government to remove or restrict App Store content in the country. U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy said in an interview that ‘
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