February 1, 2018
I think it is unlikely that they won’t reverse this.
But wow just wow. It’s a bold move.
Apple has pulled Telegram messenger app from the App Store over “inappropriate content” on the platform, Telegram founder and chief executive Pavel Durov said.
“We were alerted by Apple that inappropriate content was made available to our users and both apps were taken off the App Store. Once we have protections in place we expect the apps to be back on the App Store,” Durov tweeted.
We were alerted by Apple that inappropriate content was made available to our users and both apps were taken off the App Store. Once we have protections in place we expect the apps to be back on the App Store.
— Pavel Durov (@durov) February 1, 2018
Durov was referring to Telegram and its alternative, upgraded version, Telegram X.
Apple’s review guidelines say that the applications presented in the App store must follow “its standard metadata rules and should not include inappropriate content, reference other apps, or make unverifiable product claims.” Apple says it may modify inappropriate keywords at any time.
For those who do not know, this is one of the best and most popular encrypted messaging apps, which governments the world over are complaining about because they can’t spy on it.
They also whine that it is owned by a Russian, who happens to not be a Jew.
WhatsApp is allegedly also encrypted, though it is owned by the Jew Mark Zuckerberg and people would be fools to trust it with anything sensitive.
The other app that we here at the Daily Stormer recommend is Signal. It is actually more secure than Telegram, though it has fewer features.
What you need to not do is communicate anything at all sensitive – including any single thing with your real name or real IP address – over Skype or Discord, both of which are Jewish spy applications. It’s fine to shitpost on these, as long as you are secure, but do not under any circumstances allow them possession of any of your private information.