Monday, March 15, 2010

i see naked people

Photo: Sebastian Kempa

Apparently Apple even has a problem with naked legs.

German photographer Sebastian Kempa in today's New York Times, speaking of Apple's censorship of the iPhone app that he created to promote his site, which explores clothing as both disguise and revelation.

Importantly, the piece raises questions about American hegemony online -- namely: Does Apple have the right to impose American censorship standards on German consumers?

Related: Full-body scans go online at O'Hare today »


karigee said...

Ack! You know who I want to see naked? My husband. Oh wait! I don't have a husband. (Do you see where I'm going with this?)

Interesting sidenote: MY PSYCHE. So good luck with that :)

anniemcq said...

I'm with Kari. ack. I don't want to see the naked people. And I don't want people to see ME naked. so there. Go, Apple!

Anonymous said...

They all look better naked. Love to see them naked from behind as well

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