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Just a lil clarification

So just that I understand: It's perfectly legitimate that Apple blocked an App detailing US War Crimes because they are a private company, because they've broken no laws, and because the banning of politically sensitive material cannot be considered censorship?

It brings up another question in my mind. Now Apple is not a major media network but were you the least bit angry with the media for the way they treated Ron Paul's candidacy in '08 and '12? Or does the biases of major corporations not concern you because they are private firms and so their motivations are irrelevant?

You do understand that Apple is a contracting party with the federal government and therefore has a profit motive to possibly restrict these kinds of Apps, right?