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That is still incorrect. The

That is still incorrect. The business may do anything they want in order to protect their interests and add value for their shareholders. If they view an app as controversial or risky, they may exclude it. Frankly, the reasons don't matter. Their property is their property and they can do whatever they want with it. If someone disagrees with the way they choose to run their business, guess what? They can take their app elsewhere.