CEO Steve Jobs has recently led a crusade
against pornography on the iPhone and iPod touch.
Emboldened perhaps by the vocal
cries of family advocacy groups, Jobs engaged in a 2
a.m. flame war with a news editor arguing that he is
offering the world "freedom from porn." Jobs has
dismissed Google's Android handsets as dirty "porn phones."
quote: Hopefully, MS will not go down the same path and allow 3rd party apps to install.
quote: Today the most obvious example of that closed-ness is porn, tomorrow (or even yesterday) it might be a competitors VOIP software, search tools, etc.
quote: You guys just proved my point
quote: Content that depicts or suggests prostitution.Any content depicting sexual fetishes.
quote: It is very easy to access sexually explicit material on iPhone and Win Mobile. It always will be. MS and Apple are just saying they won't sell apps for that purpose in their app stores.[b]This is not much different than Borders and Barnes & Noble not selling porn in their book/video stores.[/b]
quote: And the ban on app suggesting prostitution may make it tough for apps like Grand Theft Auto to reach the phone in all their glory.
quote: provocative images that reveal .... pubic hair .