Apple Daily writer arrested at Hong Kong airport under new security laws

Hong Kong: A journalist from the now-defunct Hong Kong pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily was arrested at the city’s airport while attempting to leave the city, local media reported. Local newspaper South China Morning Post and online news outlet Citizen News cited unidentified sources saying that editorial writer Fung Wai-kong was arrested on suspicion of foreign collusion to endanger national security.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook Says Parler Was Removed From App Store For Inciting Violence

In an interview with Chris Wallace on Fox News Sunday, Apple CEO Tim Cook told Chris Wallace that Parler, the microblogging and social networking service accused of disseminating far-right conspiracy theories, could return to the App Store “if they get their moderation together.” Cook added that company’s decision to remove Parler from Apple’s App Store was an attempt to do

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Apple Continues to Build Its Prestige Film Slate with New Justin Timberlake Drama ‘Palmer’

Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon.” The Tom Hanks-starrer “Greyhound.” Will Smith vehicle “Emancipation.” And announced Wednesday, “Palmer,” starring Justin Timberlake. As Apple continues to acquire films, the tech giant’s strategy in its first year in Hollywood is growing clearer: It’s betting that big names, big budgets, and prestige films will help keep users satisfied. The company’s latest acquisition,

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Apple Strikes Overall Deal With ‘Where The Wild Things Are’ Creator Maurice Sedak’s Foundation

Apple could be heading to the jungle island with Max and his wolf costume after striking an overall deal with The Maurice Sedak Foundation. The streamer is getting into business with the Where The Wild Things Are creator’s estate to develop and produce new shows and specials based on Sedak’s work. It is the first such deal struck by the

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