Smart phone applications, is
here anything they can't help you evade or complain about faster?
Not from the people that brought you the various DUI
checkpoint warning apps, nor the people who offered the
Occupy Wallstreet-ready and the undocumented
immigrant-friendly versions of "hey, I'm getting arrested right
now, help!" apps, but rather from something called the Sikh
Coalition, comes a new app that makes complaining about the
Transportation Security Administration (TSA) a breeze.
Apple has complied with a request from the U.S. Senate and changed the guidelines for software in its iPhone App Store, as it has now banned applications that inform users of DUI checkpoints.
Here’s one thing there won’t be an app for anymore. It’s getting harder for tech-savvy drivers to pinpoint the locations of police drunken-driving checkpoints: Apple will ban from its online store future applications that inform use...
Apple will ban apps that warn drivers of DUI checkpoints, according to changes in the company's App Store Review Guidelines. The move comes four months after several U.S. senators called for the company to reject apps like Trapster ...
We've noted that a bunch of senators were on a silly and uninformed grandstanding mission against various apps for the iPhone and Android phones that alert people to the locations of various police DUI checkpoints. Of course, all th...