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Grant M. Scheiner - Houston Criminal Defense Lawyer

There’s No Longer an App for That

After receiving criticism from four United States Senators – Tom Udall of New Mexico, Charles Schumer of New York, Harry Reid of Nevada and Frank Lautenberg of New Jersey – Apple announced last week that it will no longer permit apps for its products that “contain DUI checkpoints that are not published by law enforcement agencies, or encourage and enable drunk driving.” The Los Angeles Times story is available here.