Follow-up of the day: After 150,000 signatures on a petition to remove an iPhone app for a Christian ministry that promises “freedom from homosexuality through the power of Jesus,” Apple removed the app from Exodus International from its store. Apple told Fox News that it was deemed offensive to a large number of people. The Atlantic Wire writes that the situation raises the question of how apps should be monitered by technology companies. Should Apple have the power to shut down an app they deem objectionable or should it be a free market? Let me know what you think.
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