Apple has reversed its decision to ban a non-censored version of Ulysses Seen from its App store because it contained nudity. According to New York Times blogger Julie Bosman, Apple invited Throwaway Horse (the publisher) to resubmit the iPad graphic novel after app reviewers gave it a second look.
“They basically apologized,” Mr. Rutkowski said. “They said they gave it a second look and realized that it wasn’t obscene or anything like that. They’re clearly drawing a distinction now and they understand what we’re doing.”