Apple Pulls Anti-Gay App From iTunes
After a consumer uproar, Apple Inc. quietly took down a controversial — and conservative — app Friday called the Manhattan Declaration, which includes a feature that informs users that they’re wrong if they support same-sex relationships. –KA
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Apple has apparently removed the antigay app the Manhattan Declaration, which called for users to fight marriage equality, from its iTunes store. The decision comes after thousands protested the company’s decision to approve the Manhattan Declaration for download in the first place.
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