Clifford Colby reports:
Over the past year, Apple has restricted or removed a collection of third-party apps that help parents manage a child’s iPhone ($1,000 at Amazon) and iPad ($249 at Amazon) usage. Apple said it has taken the step because the apps present a privacy and security risk. At least one of the affected developers claims Apple is being misleading about its motivations and requested that its parental-control app be reinstated into the App Store.
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