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Highly inappropriate content being allowed in iAd?!?!?

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Apr 10, 2012 11:50 AM

Hi there, a close friend called me today (because I'm the family IT guy, of course) and sent a screenshot of Cut the Rope Lite (or Free) which is ad supported.  I couldn't believe the ad that was included at the bottom of the screen.   Is this something that Apple actually allows?  Her 5 year old was very confused, and she's royally upset that this kind of ad is showing up in games played by kids.

 

I'm not sure if this is the right forum, but there is no iAd forum, and trying to call Apple leads me into a black hole so far.

 

I don't have a public domain to place the image on, and wanted to remain credible so you guys didn't think this was a joke, so I uploaded it to my FLICKR account here:  http://www.flickr.com/photos/adam12hicks/6919033766/

 

Or I'll try to post the image here, but it contains offensive content and nudity, so I was worried about posting in this forum.  If that's ok I'll reply to this message.

 

 

I appreciate anyone's help / pointers on how to get Apple's attention on this!

 

Thanks,

Adam Hicks

Fort Worth, TX

iAd, iOS 5

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