bdking writes: DriversEd.com, the maker of a free app that allows users to create clearly fake drivers' licenses, has asked Apple to reverse its decision to yank the app from its online store, a move the company made under public pressure from a Pennsylvania senator who played the "terrorist" card and is, just coincidentally, up for re-election next year.
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