• Kodak deletes Instagram post by photographer who called out Chinese oppression of Uyghurs

    7 days ago - By Business Insider

    The Kodak headquarters in Rochester, New York.
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    Kodak deleted an Instagram post featuring the work of a photographer who criticized Uyghur suppression.
    Patrick Wack's images of Xinjiang, China, were deleted after blowback from Beijing supporters.
    Kodak apologized on WeChat, saying: "We will continue to respect the Chinese government."
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    Kodak deleted an Instagram post featuring photos from the Xinjiang region of China, where the government has been accused of human rights violations against the majority-Muslim...
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