Source: Microsoft Windows [blog]
quote: Considering they are censoring and people still clamor for more smartphones and apps, I don't think people are that upset.
quote: Companies refusing to allow technically safe and truthfully advertised applications in their stores are practicing censorship.
quote: Again, this is a philosophical discussion. If companies want to censor their stores then I should be allowed to get my data from alternate sources.
quote: You don't accept the walled garden on the desktop, so why is it OK on the tablet and phone?
quote: I have a problem with not being able to get data from sources OTHER than the censored store.
quote: How is a mobile device any different than a desktop PC?
quote: Or are you saying you'd be OK if this extends to the desktop, as well?
quote: What if Sony decides you can't watch porn on your Bravia?
quote: What if Coby doesn't want you listening to political talk shows on your radio?
quote: You tell them to screw off, because you own the product.
quote: Your answer is to not buy a smartphone if I don't like it. That's like saying stay away from the bad part of town because there's crime. The answer is to send in the police. In this case, the DOJ.
quote: Do you know what censorship is??