Apple Removes WikiLeaks App, Some Call For Retaliation

Only five days after its launch, the WikiLeaks app that was once available in the iTunes Store is no more - at least not on any of Apple's platforms.

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Only five days after its launch, the WikiLeaks app that was once available in the iTunes Store is no more – at least not on any of Apple’s devices. And while the app was unofficial, some WikiLeaks supporters are calling for a DDoS attack on Apple for the move.

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