'Naughty' Apple apps: Should they be available for download?
Apple purged several sexually explicit applications from iTunes this week. Parents had complained that children were getting hold of apps such as Naughty Trivia and Sexy Scratch Off in the freewheeling online marketplace.
But the company's attempt at self-policing highlighted a debate raging in government about who should enforce such standards on the Internet. Read the full article.
February 24, 2010; 8:45 AM ET
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