And in our next story on why App Stores are a bad idea, we have this from the Huffington Post:
The Manhattan Declaration, a controversial app condemning gay marriage, sparked outrage when Apple approved the app for inclusion in its App Store, finding that it contained "no objectionable material."
Earlier this week, The Huffington Post wrote about the app, which critics have called "anti-gay" for "[boiling] LGBT people down to little more than deviant cretins." Several days later, the app was no longer available in the App Store, and it seems Apple has quietly removed the app. (We've contacted the creators of the app for a comment.)
I don't know which bothers me more., that Apple are censoring someone or that they are too incompetent to block the app _before_ it gets in to iTunes.