Apple has responded to concerns raised by its shareholders over the company’s role in enabling the government of China’s cyber-surveillance and censorship, by adopting a new human rights policy, according to activist group SumOfUs and a coalition of investors and human rights groups.
Protesters have rallied in numbers outside the Apple Store in Washington DC, demanding that the company take steps to protect free speech and human rights.
As Apple gets ready to explain its iPhone production strategy to shareholders in the wake of the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak in China at its annual general meeting on 26 February, another group of shareholders is set to take Apple to task over its human rights record in that country.
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