The Latest Examples of Apple's Editorial Censorship

In 1933, a judge ruled that James Joyce's Ulysses wasn't obscene. In 2010, Apple has demanded editorial changes to a Ulysses graphic novel. And another based on The Importance of Being Earnest. Here are their—slightly NSFW—reasons. (UPDATED): » 6/14/10 10:40am 6/14/10 10:40am

Apple Blocks Pulitzer Prize-Winning Cartoonist From App Store

Mark Fiore made a little online history this week by being the first web-only journalist to win a Pulitzer Prize. His editorial cartoons, though, were rejected from the App Store for violating Apple's anti-satire provisions. That's a dangerous precedent. UPDATED: » 4/15/10 1:20pm 4/15/10 1:20pm