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iSinglePayer iPhone App Censored by Apple

From LambdaJive

Apple, Inc. has censored an iPhone application promoting health insurance reform in the United States.

iSinglePayer, an iPhone application that advocates for single-payer health care reform was rejected from the App Store by Apple because it is “politically charged.” The application displays charts and bullet points about single-payer health care systems, and it allows users to call members of congress. iSinglePayer even calculates your local congressperson using GPS, and displays the amount of money donated to each congressperson from the health sector.

The application was submitted on August 21 and rejected on September 26, more than five weeks after it was submitted. Most applications take 10-14 days to approve. The rejection was made over the phone by a representative from Apple. The representative explained that the application was “politically charged” and was rejected for this reason.
Apple rejected the iSinglePayer application because it is “politically charged”

For more information about this App, go here.

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2 Responses to “iSinglePayer iPhone App Censored by Apple”
  1. Chuck Lester says:

    This is total BS

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