Apple Drops WikiLeaks App from App Store

Apple became the latest company to step back from WikiLeaks when they removed an unofficial WikiLeaks app from the App Store.

According to TechCrunch, Apple approved the app earlier this month and added it to the store. The WikiLeaks app cost $1.99 and allowed you to simply view the content of WikiLeaks.

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this doesn't make sense, why was it approved in the first place?

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