Brazil Bans Secret

A judge in Brazil has had it with the anonymous bullying carried out on social networking apps like Secret and has stepped in to put a stop to it, according to a report from  Estadao [translation]. Judge Paulo Cesar de Carvalho has ruled that Apple must delete the application from its App Store, but the ruling doesn’t stop there.

According to the report, the judge has demanded that Apple remotely delete the application from every device that has installed it in the country.

Awesome. I deleted the god awful app a few weeks ago.

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