Apple has yoked Unjected, an app that claims to be a “safe place to gather unwanted people through business, friendships or love” from the App Store. The company says Unjected has violated its Covid-1 policies and tried to revisit the App Store review process, which in itself is against it. Apple’s Guide.
Apple took action against the obsolete after contacting Bloomberg. Outlet Has published a report Injected on Saturday analyzed how Apple and Google are dealing with misinformation about the Covid-1 vaccine vaccine presented in the app. In an email, Apple confirmed the removal of Gizmodo on Saturday.
Google Unzipped has warned its founders about misinformation in the app’s recently released social feed – including user-generated false claims that the vaccines are “experimental mRNA gene modifiers” and “nanotechnology microchips” – in mid-July and its removal. Threatened Content Not Deleted Founder adheres to and removes social feeds, although someone told Bloomberg that they planned to re-establish it in hopes of “staying under the radar” and making false claims. The app is still available in the Play Store.
In response to the actions of Apple and Google, the injected Gizmodo sent the following response via email.
“Our only statement is that we are their respected group that supports their medical autonomy and freedom of choice and we believe that their unjust censorship policy is in Google and Apple. [sic] Violates our constitutional rights.
Gizmodo reached out to Google for comment on the report, but we haven’t received a response since its release. We’ll confirm if we update this blog.
Like apps like Tinder, Unjected lets people create, match and chat with others to find friendships and romance. According to Bloomberg, “Tinder for Anti-Waxers” was launched in May after mainstream dating apps. Pairing with the White House Encourage users to get vaccinated. Users who claim to have been vaccinated have increased visibility on their profile and received a special vaccine badge.
Unconventional is more than just love, though. It even allows people to find businesses and services that agree with the views of its users against the Covid-1 vaccine.
“So if a business is looking for an obsolete employee they can post that list there or if someone is looking for an obsolete doctor they can find it in their app,” said Shelby Thomson, co-founder of the app. Told Yahoo In June.
Vaccination against Kovid-1 also targets people without a goal. Google it Play Store Description, The app falsely claims that some people have experienced “adverse events after being vaccinated”.
Apple told Gizmodo that the App Store prioritizes safety and security in all areas, including Covid-1. The company revealed that the obsolete app was rejected from the App Store during the review process for violating Apple’s rules on Covid-1 on – for which all apps related to the virus must provide reputable health and safety information like government agencies and medical institutions – but later developers Changes are approved after. Nevertheless, Apple says that since then, developers have made external statements and in-app updates to users a violation once again.
Apple further noted that one of the founders of Unjected had asked users to refrain from using words like “vaccine,” “jabbed” or “microchip” to fly under the radar of the company’s reviewers. Apple has said it violates its guidelines, warning developers that their app will be removed from the App Store if they try to cheat the system.
At a time when 0.05% of the country In light of this the community is experiencing high or significant levels of transmission Decreased tick rate and proliferation of highly contagious delta variants, We need to spread the scientific information and benefits of vaccines as much as possible. Apps that encourage people to believe falsely about the Covid-1 vaccine, which prevents serious illness, hospitalization and death, have no place in our fight against the virus.