Lilti stated in a hearing inside a Paris court Thursday the app’s designer, Johann Levy, made the decision to get rid of it. Lilti stated as the groups decided to drop the suit, their complaint “had advantageous effects.”
Reps of Apple in France wouldn’t discuss your decision, nor did an attorney for Apple in the hearing, Coline Warin.
The application let customers consult a database of celebs and politicians to ascertain if they’re Jewish or otherwise. The application was selling for .79 euro cents in France, but was taken off in france they online Application Store after anti-racism groups initially were not impressed with it in September. Continue reading ‘Suit over ‘Jew or otherwise Jew’ apple iphone application dropped’