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I never mentioned free

I never mentioned free speech. In the censorship sense, this is censorship. You have told 2 individuals here that they should acquaint themselves with the definition of "censorship" yet YOU are the one who should acquaint yourself with such definition. You have said very directly that Apple removing this app is NOT censorship. While I would agree that it does not violate the First Amendment right to free speech, that does NOT mean it is not censorship, nor does it mean that it does not violate free speech. It just means it does not violate the Constitution, and it means Apple has no obligation to allow free speech. Apple CAN censor what they choose to on their app store/itunes. Apple CAN DENY free speech on their sites.

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