Apps from genocide groups in China found in Apple store

The Information journalists said that Apple's app store contains more than ten apps,

owned by the Chinese paramilitary group responsible for the genocide of the Uighurs.

The United States was recently the first to blame China forthe country is pursuing a policy of genocide against the Uyghurs. It is reported about the placement of representatives of this people in the so-called educational camps, mass surveillance of the Muslim Uighurs.

The applications in question have been developedvarious divisions of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, which is associated with the situation. This group has already been blacklisted by the United States. It looks all the more strange that Apple has decided to keep these applications on its site.

It is noted that sales of the iPhone 12 in China were extremely high.