Apple engraving service bans 1,000+ words in China – and one number
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Apple engraving service bans 1,000+ words in China – and one number

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The Apple engraving service – available as a free option when ordering one of six product categories direct from Apple – has been accused of political censorship in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.

Apple aims to ban offensive words and phrases, and in the US bans 170 words. In China, however, the number of banned words and phrases is more than a thousand, and includes many political references…

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