Apple continues to carry Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube on its App Store, all of which have been the platform for Antifa to broadcast violence.
Over these past few weeks, Apple has experienced something it isn’t used to: bad PR in the wake of essentially banning popular social media app Parler from its phones without publicly providing any truthful explanation.
Apple CEO Tim Cook praised the Chinese tech giant Huawei on Wednesday during testimony before the House Judiciary subcommittee on anti-trust.
Whether something is legal or not doesn’t connote cultural sustainability or mitigate the potential harm to our political discourse.
Justin Danhof, an Apple shareholder, is trying to lobby the company to understand the value of having an ideologically diverse board. They’re resisting.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said Monday night that not using one’s sense of morality to kick certain people off public platforms is a sin.
Rather than incorporating the best innovations, Apple now resorts to intimidating its partners, while locking consumers into their products rather than earning their loyalty.
If Apple can boycott Indiana, why can’t evangelicals boycott same-sex weddings?
The Hoover Institution’s Richard Epstein argues that critics of Indiana’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act are undervaluing the right to free association.
There are lots of other people in the world who think they should be able to impose their values on others.
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