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iPhone App Store Execs Ban Explicit Literature

By: Sandra Winn - Published: • References: gizmodo
You can listen to raunchy and explicit music and movies on iTunes, but apparently Apple feels differently when it comes to actually seeing naughty words. Their iPhone store executives recently banned an explicit piece of literature, 'Knife Music,' by CNet editor David Carnoy. The book was uploaded using an iPhone app named 'Touchbook Reader' by software developer Alexandru Brie.

Frankly, I’m a bit shocked. I thought the days of banning books were over. I wonder if Apple will ban the Bible from being uploaded to iPhone too. After all, it contains vivid stories stories of rape, obscenities, violence, and hate. Stats for Censoring Digital Books Trending: Older & Mild
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