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Steve Jobs says 'No Porn' for iPhone and iPad Apps Comments

" (W)e do believe we have a moral responsibility to keep porn off the iPhone...You know, there's a porn store for Android....You can download nothing but porn. You can download porn, your kids can download porn. That's a place we don't want to go - so we're not going to go there". (Steve Jobs) Continue Reading

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  1. Jeff
    4 years ago

    Good for Steve Jobs to draw the line in the sand. Porn is a huge problem that is not being given enough attention. It destroys relationships - it is not a harmless diversion.

  2. Joe
    4 years ago

    People in today's world forget that freedom doesn't mean license to do evil but freedom to choose the good. Some might say that porn doesn't hurt anyone but that of course is ludicrous. Most porn viewers are between the ages of 12 and 17 and business men who take a blind eye to it are just as responsible for corrupting youth. Kudos to Jobs for taking some responsibility to say that he won't allow his company to cooperate with something evil. If another company or person wants to do so fine, but guys like Jobs have the right to stand up for what is right in the eyes of any rational person.


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