| Posted on Fri, December, 8th 2017 by THCFinder
It’s all fun and games until your multi-billion-tech company gets accused of glorifying Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s deadly War on Drugs. At that point, you almost have no choice but to pull the plug on certain business relationships in order to avoid the proverbial fire and brimstone that is sure to come raining down.
This is exactly what the multi-faceted technological giant Apple Inc. has been forced to learn the hard way. It seems the company’s CEO, Tim Cook, stepped into his office the other day, only to find a nasty note from the Asian Network of People who Use Drugs (ANPUD) burning a hole in his desk.
The letter, which reportedly came with the signed support of more than 130 organizations from countries all over the world, demanded the company remove a number of iOS games from the App Store because they sensationalize “the emerging tyranny of Duterte’s presidency and his government’s disregard for human rights principles.”