Here’s the simple reason why an app that costs two bucks and promises to give half of the money to Wikileaks gets kicked off the app store: It’s against the rules. And rightly so.
But go on, scream “Censorship!” and place your trust in the “journalists” at TechCrunch that seem to be too busy writing sensational headlines to invesitage a story. (I.e. google “App Store Rules” and “Charity”) 
Update: Turns out Apple is indeed more stupid than I thought. Does not change the fact that good journalism doesn’t speculate but reports. Now, go ahead, and be rightfully outraged.

Here’s the simple reason why an app that costs two bucks and promises to give half of the money to Wikileaks gets kicked off the app store: It’s against the rules. And rightly so.

But go on, scream “Censorship!” and place your trust in the “journalists” at TechCrunch that seem to be too busy writing sensational headlines to invesitage a story. (I.e. google “App Store Rules” and “Charity”)

Update: Turns out Apple is indeed more stupid than I thought. Does not change the fact that good journalism doesn’t speculate but reports. Now, go ahead, and be rightfully outraged.