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Apple attacks WikiLeaks, yanks iPhone app from app store

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Only a few days after its release, the unofficial WikiLeaks iPhone application has been removed from Apple's App Store.

For $1.99, the app offered access to documents on the WikiLeaks website and the @wikileaks twitter feed.

When clicking on the app's link, the app store returns with the message, "Your request could not be completed. The item you requested is not available in the US store."

 

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Comment by Joe Tittiger
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It's obvious that Apple does not want to participate in the free market and give it's customers what they desire. Apple is as much the evil empire IMHO as Microsoft which is why I vote with my feet and use Ubuntu.  http://www.ubuntu.com/

Let the DoS attacks begin <G>

Comment by Joe Tittiger
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It's obvious that Apple does not want to participate in the free market and give it's customers what they desire. Apple is as much the evil empire IMHO as Microsoft which is why I vote with my feet and use Ubuntu.  http://www.ubuntu.com/

Let the DoS attacks begin <G>


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