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Apple Sued for Allowing Tennessee Man to View Porn
Apple Sued for Allowing Tennessee Man to View Porn

PCMag.com; July 15, 2013

A Tennessee man has requested that Apple add a "safe mode" to its Internet-connected products that will prevent users from easily accessing pornography.

According to Chris Sevier, who filed suit against Apple in a Tennessee district court, Cupertino supports "pornography online, explicit sexual content which has led to the proliferation of arousal addiction, sex trafficking, prostitution, and countless numbers of destroyed lives."

Sevier said Apple devices should be locked down to filter out pornographic content on Safari, though those over 18 should be able to acquire a password from Apple to unlock the adult material. If Apple agrees to this filter, Sevier said he will drop his lawsuit.

It would be surprising, however, if the judge takes Sevier's complaint seriously. The 50-page filing is rambling, grammatically incorrect, and generally unhinged.

To read the complete story, please click here: https://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2421769,00.asp

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