Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 5th Jun 2009 09:26 UTC, submitted by alcibiades
Apple We all know Apple's App Store policies are a bit willy-nilly, inconsistent, and completely unreliable. This issue has been going on for a while now, and it doesn't see like anything has changed. The latest interesting App Store rejection is especially interesting, as it involves Apple rejecting an application related to one of its detractors: the EFF.
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RE: The Guardian - irony
by jabbotts on Fri 5th Jun 2009 15:11 UTC in reply to "The Guardian"
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I find it rather ironic that the two biggest offenders in the current software market are both born of a country founded by Hackers (yes, the founding fathers where political hackers and some very much hardware hackers).

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RE[2]: The Guardian - irony
by Johann Chua on Sun 7th Jun 2009 04:13 in reply to "RE: The Guardian - irony"
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It's more ironic that Steve Jobs and Woz used to hack AT&T's phone system with blue boxes, and now the iPhone is an AT&T exclusive in the U.S. that we mere mortals aren't supposed to hack, or else.

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Yup, Apple was funded by criminal enterprise. I can't hold that against them though as it would negate many big businesses.

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