Saturday, 21 February 2015


The voice of the British left, and the newspaper which reports the Edward Snowden material apparently believes that Apple needs to be censor its copy.

According to the Daily Telegraph,  the Guardian has a policy of requiring its hacks to write nice stories next to Apple adverts and if they don’t they get censored.

In July last year Apple bought wraparound advertising on The Guardian's website and stipulated that the advertising should not be placed next to negative news.

A Guardian insider said that the headline of an article about Iraq on The Guardian's website was changed amid concerns about offending Apple, and the article was later removed from the home page entirely.

The Telegraph has claimed it is totally untrue, and yet its own staff appear to be leaking the news to the rival press.

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