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Apple CEO is Optimistic VPN Apps Will Return to China App Store

Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook says he has "great optimism" that software recently pulled from China's version of the App Store will be reinstated. Dozens of VPN applications were taken down from the platform earlier this year after falling foul of government regulations. But, with no visible signs of compromise, it's still unclear when or if any will be restored. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and more.
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