Paolo Pedercini's game Phone Story, which deals with the issues of forced and sweatshop labor in the production of mobile phones, has been banned by Apple's app store on the spurious grounds that it "depicts violence toward children." Actually, it depicts the iniquitous effects of Apple's outsourcing practices and lack of corporate responsibility, and indeed, by banning the game, Apple merely makes that lack of responsibility clear.
The case for bailing out of the Apple ecosystem and adopting open platforms could not be starker. Junk your iPhone.
The Android version is still available; proceeds go to support Students and Scholars Against Corporate Misbehavior.