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04/29/2010 Humor Does Apple Hate?

Steve Jobs may hate laughter. That is the conclusion can be drawn from the company 's continued censorship of a satirical applications for the iPhone. Wired watching this trend for quite some time and it is connected with the uncertainty in section 3.3.17 iPhone Developer Program License Agreement. It reads:

Applications may be rejected if they contain content or material of any kind (text, graphics, images, photographs, sounds, etc.) in apples reasonable solutions can be found objectionable, such as materials that could be considered obscene, pornographic, or insult.

Latest iPhone application should be rejected, ridiculed Tiger Woods, who seemed to be an acceptable goal. The application was created by an editorial cartoonist Daryl Cagle, who works for MSNBC. Apple said that Cagle application contained content that "ridicules public figures, and in violation of Section 03.03.1917 of the iPhone Developer Program License Agreement." More

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