Next Digital is not the first supposed threat to China’s national security to be besieged in the aftermath of last year’s National Security Law.
Apple is among several companies that have lobbied against the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act.
On the menu today: Epic Games v. Apple, Alec Gores’s SPAC Machine, Walmart’s secret gaming service, and Clay Christensen’s early take on the iPhone.
The decision comes after Senator Mike Lee and Representative Ken Buck sent a letter to Apple demanding answers about Parler’s removal.
Cook joins the CEOs of American Express, Delta and other large corporations in condemning the law.
Fortunately, one fledgling tech powerhouse, recently valued at $115 billion, hasn’t remained silent.
Parler announced that it was no longer working with ‘big tech’ and was instead ‘built on sustainable, independent technology.’
One of the firms hired by Apple previously lobbied to soften the bill’s language.