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Tim Cook’s Statement About Porn Isn’t Impressive

Everyone knows that Apple is the anti-porn company. Steve Jobs was extremely vocal about his personal dislike of pornography, once saying “we do believe...
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Apple Is Restricting Access To Adult Content On Reddit

Another day, another announcement from Apple that shows just how tightly they’re gripping to their former leader’s anti-porn, anti-sex stance. The latest in the...

Link Love: Sucking the Porn Industry Dry, How Not to Send...

Today's Link Love, how one company is killing the porn industry, Apple send porn to customers, Erotica 101, and more.
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Apple Pulls Consent App Good2Go For Being “Excessively Objectionable”

Last month, an app called Good2Go made headlines as the startup solution to date rape. Requiring users to go through a four minute “sobriety...

The App Heard Around the World

For those of you with an interest in innovative app marketing techniques, branding (and brand tarnish), digital media distribution, or public relations and privacy,...

Google says “no” to sexy

Is it 2010? Because it feels like 2010. What with arbitrary app approvals, app purges, and moral responsibilities and such. Just before the weekend, Google sent out...

Introducing MiKandi Mint List, the world’s first third party Chrome app...

World's First Third Party Chrome App Store After months of hard, dedicated work, we're pleased to announce MiKandi Mint List, the world’s first third party...

Infographic: The fall of Apple

The fine folks over at MoneyChoice.org shared this infographic with us today highlighting the fall of Apple and rise of competitors. It's interesting to...

Playboy Launches Censored App for iPhone – This is an April...

This is a joke, right? Someone please tell us Playboy hasn't launched another censored app in the Apple iTunes App Store. We mean, they know...
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How is Apple tackling user generated content?

Today, Market Watch published an article regarding apps that display user generated content and Apple's still seemingly arbitrary app approval process. It's like 2010...