Companies per se are not created to support moral or ethical principles: they are born to make money. This simple admission would be enough to justify any behavior, even ethically incorrect: in the end "Pecunia non olet". The problem arises when these companies also pose themselves as examples of moral correctness, independence, racial equality, defense of the weakest, except to discover that then the principles vary according to the part that pays best. For example: what would you say if in the 1930s there was an App that tracked Jews and allowed the Nazis to raid? Well, there are apps that track Uyghurs and facilitate arrests.

We offer you this list of companies folded to China, published on reddit . We can then add the M5s which, even if it is not a company, is the party that wants to "Chineseise" Italy …

  • Activision / Blizzard: player banished to support democracy protest in HK. Confiscate all your winnings. He had to apologize to China: he swore to defend China's national dignity
  • Activision / Blizzard: censored words related to the HK protest in WoW
  • Activision / Blizzard: cut the livestream when the American U team sent a pro-HK signal
  • Activision / Blizzard: "Free Hong Kong" censorship in PlayHearthstone's chatter
  • Activision / Blizzard: ban users in his Hearthstone Twitch chat for pro-Hong Kong statements
  • American Express: changed "Taiwan" to "Taiwan, China" on its website
  • EA DICE: "Tiananmen" censorship in Battlefield V chat
  • ESL: warns staff not to discuss HK protests
  • TikTok: censors videos that mention Tiananmen Square, Tibetan independence, Falun Gong
  • TikTok refuses to testify to the United States Congress about its activities in China
  • ZLONGAME: removed guilds with any reference to HK in Second Galaxy M
  • Apple: Censored the Taiwanese flag emoji on iOS in HK
  • Apple: Map of HK protests prohibited in the App Store. App banned once again after a China recall
  • Apple: banned the news app on the Chinese App Store that covered the HK protest
  • Apple: minimized the severity of the iOS apps that allowed China to track down the Uyghurs, A million of which were then raked and taken to re-education camps
  • Apple: iCloud data delivery and encryption keys in China
  • Apple: told Apple TV + creators to avoid portraying China "bad"
  • Apple: The Safari browser sends some user IP addresses to Tencent, American state-owned companies
  • Apple refuses to testify to the United States Congress about its activity in China
  • Vans: censors pro-HK democratic design in its shoe design competition
  • NBA (partial voice): scolded the Rockets manager for his pro-HK tweet, saying that NBA was "extremely disappointed with Morey's inappropriate comment". After the backlash, and protests now he says they support Morey's free speech.
  • Brooklyn Nets: The owner took back the Rockets GM pro-HK freedom tweet
  • Houston Rockets: censored journalist who asked questions about free speech after the debacle in China
  • James Harden: Apologized to China on behalf of his Genral manager's pro-freedom tweet
  • Lebron James: attacked Morey to support HK democracy.
  • Philly Sixers: Fans expelled for HK support
  • Washington Wizards: "Free Hong Kong" sign prohibited
  • Christian Dior: sorry for using an "incorrect" map of China
  • Disney / ESPN: Mention of Chinese politics prohibited when discussing manager Rockets' HK tweet
  • Disney / ESPN: Map of China shown on SportsCenter recognizing CCP claims across the South China Sea
  • Disney / Marvel: the Tibetan monk from the original "Doctor Strange" comic is transformed into a white woman. Film writer: "if you recognize that Tibet is a place and that it is inhabited by Tibetans, you risk alienating a billion people who think it is a hoax".
  • Disney: removed non-white characters from the Chinese poster of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens"
  • Disney / ESPN: ordered the reporter to give up covering the history of the NBA-China as he wished
  • Comcast / DreamWorks: the movie "Abominable" shows 9 dashes on the map of China
  • Viacom / Paramount: censors the Taiwanese flag from the jacket worn by Tom Cruise in the new film "Top Gun"
  • ASICS, Calvin Klein, Coach, Fresh, Givenchy, Pocari Sweat, Valentino, Versace, Swarovski: details here
  • Marriott: Apologized and changed "Taiwan" to "Taiwan, China" after China launched a recall
  • Marriott: employee fired for a tweet from a Tibetan group
  • Nike: Houston Rockets products removed from the Chinese webstore
  • Cathay Pacific: employees fired for FB posts in support of HK protests.
  • Google: pro HK game censored by google play, "The Revolution of Our Times", because it was a "sensitive event".
  • Gap: apologized for the sale of shirts in CANADA that did not include Taiwan as part of China
  • Tiffany: removed tweet showing the model covering 1 eye after China accused him of supporting HK
  • Mercedes: Apologized for mentioning the Dalai Lama on Instagram
  • American, Delta, United: deleted mention of Taiwan as a country from websites
  • Audi: Apologized for using the "incorrect" map of China that left Taiwan
  • Muji: destroyed the catalogs of stores that contain an "incorrect" map of China
  • Zara: apologized for listing Taiwan as a country
  • Medtronic: apologized for publishing "illegal content" that listed "Republic of China (Taiwan)" as a country
  • Ray-Ban: changed "Taiwan" and "Hong Kong" to "China Taiwan" and "China Hong Kong"
  • Qantas, Air France, Air Canada, British Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Japan Airlines, ANA: changed from "Taiwan" to "Taiwan China"
  • Sheraton: Taiwan National Day event banned due to Chinese pressure
  • Shutterstock: Censors look for any topic that China doesn't approve of: "Taiwan flag", "dictator", "yellow umbrella"
  • US universities: don't talk about 3Ts: Tibet, Tiananmen, Taiwan
  • US universities: welcome Chinese infiltration with open arms
  • Leica: announcement published on the Tiananmen protest. She apologized and canceled from the announcement
  • Reddit: $ 150 million from Tencent.
  • Rockhampton, Queensland: Taiwanese flag censored
  • Dolce and Gabbana.

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