Apple's walled garden approach to a curated App Store comes with lots of unintended consequences, including an ever-moving target on things like censorship. Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join substitute host Dave Hamilton to discuss how Apple recently handled Reddit apps over NSFW content. They also talk about a New York bill that would allow the police to perform a so-called "textalyzer" test on your smartphone to see if you were texting in the moments leading up to an accident.
Apple's Moving Censorship Target and New York's 'Textalyzer' Bill
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- Cellebrite is Behind a NY Bill that will Allow Police to Perform a Textalyzer Test at the Scene of an Accident
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