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Old 03-19-2010, 01:41 AM   #1
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LXer: Android market going down the drain?


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I am on a quest to rid the android market of certain apps. For the past year I have seen the Android Market fill up with apps of lascivious and copyrighted content. You can search the Android Market for the following keywords and see quite a bit of content that I feel shouldn't be available to customers, and definitely not to children: nude, sex, porn, 18+, adults only, boobs, the android market seems to be turning into a porn hub. I am also seeing developers release apps which are entire books, fashion photos and videos which are surely copyrighted. These apps also violate the Android Market Content Policy for Developers available here.

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