On Monday, the New York Times published an investigative piece about Apple’s relationship with the Chinese government, and how it has to comply with its laws there.

Internal Apple documents reviewed by The New York Times, interviews with 17 current and former Apple employees and four security experts, and new filings made in a court case in the United States last week provide rare insight into the compromises Mr. Cook has made to do business in China. They offer an extensive inside look — many aspects of which have never been reported before — at how Apple has given in to escalating demands from the Chinese authorities.

Check It Out: Inside Apple’s Controversial Relationship With the Chinese Government

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  1. rjackb

    As a NYT reader, I’ve never understood their anti-Apple stance in virtually every article they write about the company. Unless it’s because they are heavy Google users.

  2. Lee Dronick

    “On Monday, the New York Times published an investigative piece about Apple’s relationship with the Chinese government,”

    Is Apple the only business in a relationship with the Communist Chinese government? Is Apple working on leaving the abusive relationship?

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