Apple has reversed its position on Eucalyptus, the ebook reading app previously rejected from the App Store because it could be used to access the Kama Sutra via Project Gutenberg (a capability shared by Apple's own Safari). Whether or not Apple regards the initial rejection as a mistake, or what accounts for the change in stance is unclear, though public outcry over the rejection may have played a role.
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