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Apple is certainly no stranger to frivolous lawsuits, but the latest suit targeting the company really sets a new standard for absurdity. According to a report from Newsweek , a Russian man is suing Apple on the allegation that an app he downloaded turned him gay. The story originally surfaced via The Moscow Times and relays that a man known as D. Razumilov downloaded an obscure cryptocurrency app called GayCoins to his iPhone in
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After Apple removed the controversial application from its iTunes app store, a group of Christian leaders sent a letter to the company protesting the decision. The application, called Manhattan Declaration, was a "call of Christian Conscience" that advocated "the sanctity of life, the dignity of marriage as the union of one man and one woman, and religious liberty," according to its website. In a letter sent to Apple CEO Steve Jobs earlier this week, the religious leaders said they were disappointed to learn that the company stopped selling the application, which included the text of the "Manhattan Declaration. Robert George, professor of jurisprudence at Princeton University, and Dr.
Apple is under fire from gay rights activists after it approved an iPhone and iPad app targeting "homosexual strugglers". More than 80, people have signed a petition against the so-called "gay cure" app, which Apple deemed to have "no objectionable content". Exodus International, the pro-Christian group behind the app, promotes the "ex-gay" movement, encouraging people to change their sexuality. The app gives users "freedom from homosexuality through the power of Jesus", according to the group. Ben Summerskill, chief executive of gay rights group Stonewall, said: "At Stonewall, we've all been on this app since 8am and we can assure your readers it's having absolutely no effect.