Apple’s noise-cancelling AirPods effectively block out the most "inconvenient" of matter how loud.



Despite carefully curating an image of a company concerned with rights and freedoms, Apple drops those ideals when it comes to its relationship with the government of China. Instead, it colludes with that regime as it engages in an unprecedented and escalating attacks on human rights across all areas under its rule.

Apple has removed VPN apps that provide critical, safe communication channels for Tibetans, Uyghurs and Chinese dissidents and human rights defenders, and more recently, Apple removed; a crowdsourcing app being used Hong Kong residents, journalists and tourists to stay safe during recent protests. See more & take action:

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