Apple caves in to demands to show Crimea as part of Russia

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Apple meets Russian demands to show Crimea as part of Russia in its apps - at least in Russia
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Apple meets Russian demands to show Crimea as part of Russia in its apps - at least in Russia

Apple's concession to Russian government demands follows on from its cave-in to China over apps used by Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters

Apple has caved in to Russian demands to show Crimea as part of Russia on its Maps and Weather apps. "Today, with Apple, the situation is closed - we have received everything we wanted," said Vasily...

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