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    From Jim_Higgins@21:1/5 to All on Sun May 30 17:02:25 2021
    "...The New York Times reported this month that Apple has made a series
    of compromises with the Chinese government in order to continue doing
    business there. The GCBD data center is one of the concessions. As part
    of the arrangement, Chinese authorities seeking iCloud data can request
    it directly from GCBD, bypassing Apple. Apple has defended the
    arrangement by citing Chinese laws requiring foreign companies to
    partner with local data firms..."

    Apple’s First Chinese Data Center Gives Government Access To Chinese
    Users’ iCloud Data
    https://tinyurl.com/bvyrasv4

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  • From Jolly Roger@21:1/5 to gordian240@hotmail.com on Sun May 30 21:25:48 2021
    On 2021-05-30, Jim_Higgins <gordian240@hotmail.com> wrote:

    Tech company complies with local laws. Oh my! *Surprised Pikachu*

    <https://wallpapercave.com/wp/wp5338275.jpg>

    Sucks to be Chinese. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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  • From nospam@21:1/5 to gordian240@hotmail.com on Sun May 30 17:24:35 2021
    In article <s90uh1$kme$1@dont-email.me>, Jim_Higgins
    <gordian240@hotmail.com> wrote:

    "...The New York Times reported this month that Apple has made a series
    of compromises with the Chinese government in order to continue doing business there.

    they don't have a choice. they are legally obligated to do so.

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  • From Jim_Higgins@21:1/5 to nospam on Sun May 30 19:07:10 2021
    On 5/30/21 5:24 PM, nospam wrote:
    In article <s90uh1$kme$1@dont-email.me>, Jim_Higgins
    <gordian240@hotmail.com> wrote:

    "...The New York Times reported this month that Apple has made a series
    of compromises with the Chinese government in order to continue doing
    business there.

    they don't have a choice. they are legally obligated to do so.

    Understood. Tim should back off on his privacy speeches when he makes it
    easier to subjugate people.

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  • From nospam@21:1/5 to gordian240@hotmail.com on Sun May 30 19:29:07 2021
    In article <s915qu$qqq$1@dont-email.me>, Jim_Higgins
    <gordian240@hotmail.com> wrote:

    "...The New York Times reported this month that Apple has made a series
    of compromises with the Chinese government in order to continue doing
    business there.

    they don't have a choice. they are legally obligated to do so.

    Understood. Tim should back off on his privacy speeches when he makes it easier to subjugate people.

    given that he doesn't do that, there's no need.

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  • From Jolly Roger@21:1/5 to gordian240@hotmail.com on Mon May 31 19:47:26 2021
    On 2021-05-30, Jim_Higgins <gordian240@hotmail.com> wrote:
    On 5/30/21 5:24 PM, nospam wrote:
    In article <s90uh1$kme$1@dont-email.me>, Jim_Higgins
    <gordian240@hotmail.com> wrote:

    "...The New York Times reported this month that Apple has made a
    series of compromises with the Chinese government in order to
    continue doing business there.

    they don't have a choice. they are legally obligated to do so.

    Understood.

    Nope, you're just trolling as usual. And as usual, it's a very weak
    one. Stay pathetic and boring, Jimbo.

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