Isn't Apple a private company, that can decide which apps they allow onto their private platform in any manner they see fit? If they do something that consumers disagree with, they'll switch to Android phones.This will make an interesting court case: shutting down competition and using "you are responsible for all content" as the justification. Twitter, Facebook and YouTube have tried to make the legal stance that they are only distributors of content, not publishers (and therefore not responsible for the content). So now how does Apple justify allowing Twitter to be used to organize riots (which happens all the time with Antifa and BLM posts), and at the same time saying Parler needs to be shut down? Of course, the libs control the 9th Circuit, and they say they'll pack the SC, so rules and laws no longer apply.