Monday, May 11, 2009


Apple has rejected Drivetrain, an iPhone app that controls Transmission. Steven Frank:

Turns out it’s not even because it requires a companion desktop app, which was previously used as grounds for rejection (despite the existence of Apple’s own “Remote”), but because “this category of applications” is frequently used for infringing copyright.

Of course, being a remote control, Drivetrain doesn’t itself transmit any possibly infringing content. Neven Mrgan says:

Here’s another application frequently used for infringing copyright: iPod.

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