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Apple defended the decision to allow Infowars on the App Store and said it supports "all perspectives"

After deleting five Infowars podcasts earlier this week, Apple announced today that the Infowars application itself will be available on the App Store for the time being. This statement, obtained by BuzzFeed News, explains that Apple supports the "all perspectives" represented in the App Store.

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Apple has removed five Infowars podcasts from iTunes and Podcasts' application this week, saying that its contents violate hate speech guidelines. However, despite its deletion, the Infowars app is alive on the App Store and grew phenomenally in terms of downloading.

The Infowars Official application for iOS allows users to stream Infowars content. This is the same content that Apple deemed inappropriate for podcasts and iTunes.

In today's statement, Apple explained "It strongly supports all perspectives expressed in the App Store." The company said that it is necessary to "respect users with different options" and pointed out that it is necessary to follow the App Store guidelines.

"We strongly endorse all views expressed in the App Store as long as the App Store respects users with different opinions and guarantees that the App Store is a safe market for all markets according to explicit guidelines" "Said the company. statement

In addition, Apple continually monitors for violations of the guidelines and deletes all content that violates the guidelines and all the apps that contain harmful content to users.

"We are continuing to monitor applications for breach of guidelines.When we find violations of our guidelines and find content that is harmful to our users, remove the application from the store as we have done so far.

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