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Apple bans benign iOS spyware detection, security info app

Andrew Jones 2

I don't really get why though,

if the app is using publicly available Apple approved APIs and isn't interfering with anything actually running on the device, either first or third party - then the app isn't breaking any rules - so is this a case of the app now breaking previously undocumented (and potentially made up on the spur of the moment) rules?

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