Censorship is Wrong

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Apple are censoring Apps that users have ALREADY BOUGHT on their iPhones & iPods – that means we cannot do updates or continue to provide customer service…

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  1. st on Friday 19, 2010

    What Apple is doing is ridiculous, but it’s definitely not censorship. That’s not the correct term to use in this case. Wal-Mart doesn’t sell Playboy magazine in its stores, but no one would call that “censorship”.

  2. jonau on Friday 19, 2010

    I’d argue that censorship occurs after a company or government or what ever decides to control something that was previously allowed – ie they realise that the masses will be subverted without them taking some sort of action.

    Apple previously allowed this content, they changed the rules

    As you say, it is alos ridiculous!

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