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Unlike some tech companies that pretend not to be biased, Apple and its leaders are very proud of their censorship efforts. CEO Tim Cook said proudly in 2018, “At Apple, we are not afraid to say that our values drive our curation decisions. And why should we be?” He added that, “Division has no home here.”

Those “values” included advocating for the LGBTQ community and funding the left-wing group Southern Poverty Law Council, whose “hate map” was directly tied to a shooting at the Family Research Council.

The global tech company worth more than $1 trillion makes many decisions according to its “values.” Apple News dumped LifeSiteNews claiming it “shows intolerance toward a specific group.” It’s App Store rejected free-speech, Twitter alternative Gab. Apple also dropped conspiracy theorists’ InfoWars podcasts and the InfoWars app in 2018. Apple has also removed a geologists’ app which challenged climate alarmism, Living Hope Ministries and the pro-life Human Coalition, according to the National Legal and Policy Center.

So far, lawsuits against social media and tech companies (which included Apple) over its censorship have failed.

Tim Cook also has ties to China, as the chairman of a Chinese business school. Apple took down an app used by Hong Kong protesters, seemingly to appease the communist Chinese government.

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