Mark Fiore's cartoon application is now available through Apple's iTunes Store.
Mr. Fiore's app was rejected by Apple last December for ridiculing ...
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What's clear is that Apple has two sets of standards when it comes to approving political satire on the iPhone -- one for high-profile news and entertainment providers, and another for the rest of the unwashed masses.
Lately, this gatekeeping model has led to more than a few app casualties, suggesting that Apple's approval process motto is becoming "when in doubt, reject."
But there's just one problem. In December, Apple rejected his iPhone app, NewsToons, because, as Apple put it, his satire "ridicules public figures," ...
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