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12-29-2013, 11:58 PM #43
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12-30-2013, 01:10 AM #44
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12-30-2013, 01:48 AM #45
And that statement is just as true today as it was then, and all of you people that don't care your freedoms are eroding on a daily basis are neither smart nor American because the founding principles of Liberty and Freedom are bred into true Americans.
So in reality it's your argument that's dumb. The great people who founded this country and emancipated it from the Crown, I trust them just a little more than I do my friendly neighborhood Joe Blow Cop who is increasingly being taught We The People have no rights. Sorry about that but lets be honest here, if we didn't want privacy we'd live in a glass house. As one fine poster ended his statement with earlier. Merica!
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12-30-2013, 10:52 PM #46
I have merely been playing devil's advocate as to why the app may have been rejected; why Apple's lawyers said whoa this could lead to liability hosting this in our app store.
I cloud care less about any of your personal views of government or the constitution here.
Because APPLE OWES YOU NO EXPLANATION.
I'm not sure any of you really get it but this is their App Store they run and they own. They chose what they put in it and what exposes them to liabilities that they keep out. Again, I was merely playing devil's advocate here of what wrongs the app could be used for that Apple's lawyers would see a liability risk to reject the app.
The fact is the app was rejected. This is not a constitutional law class or debate as it is getting far from the point of the app being rejected now to a bunch of paranoid tin-foil hat wearing yahoos talking about things they have half a clue about. Nothing against their views, but Modmyi isn't the forum for it.
The bottom line is the app is rejected for whatever reason it may be; whether you like it or not. If you don't, feel free to contact he dev to put it in Cydia or start your own mobile OS platform and app store and allow the app. There is not choice C here. I was merely pointing out counterarguments as to why it may have been rejected.
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01-01-2014, 02:58 AM #47
Good slaves, you're even weaker than we thought now give us the rest of your freedoms.
01-01-2014, 12:00 PM #48