Apple removes dating app for the unvaccinated Unjected for trying to ‘cheat the system,’ as its creators cry ‘CENSORSHIP!’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Apple removes dating app for the unvaccinated Unjected for trying to ‘cheat the system,’ as its creators cry ‘CENSORSHIP!’

Apple has removed the dating app Unjected, marketed as a “safe space” for unvaccinated Americans, from its store, saying it “inappropriately refers to the Covid-19 pandemic.” The app’s developers say this amounts to censorship.

Unjected describes itself as a “platform for like-minded humans that support medical autonomy.” The dating app has been pitched as a ‘safe space’ of sorts for unvaccinated Americans looking to date without the pressure of being or not being inoculated against Covid-19. Critics, however, have viewed the app as a growing social-media platform for anti-vaxxers and a hotspot of Covid misinformation.

After the app was removed from Apple on Saturday, the company blasted the move as “censorship.”

“Apparently, we’re considered ‘too much’ for sharing our medical autonomy and freedom of choice,” the company said in a Saturday statement posted to Instagram.

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