According to The Nieman Journalism Lab, Apple has rejected from the App Store the first online-only journalist to win a Pulitzer Prize, Mark Fiore. Laura McGann comments that "Fiore isn’t the first editorial cartoonist to clash with Apple. Last year, an app called Bobble Rep app, which used political caricatures by Tom Richmond, was initially rejected by Apple. After an online uproar, a few days later Apple changed its position, allowing the app into the store. (Fiore’s rejection landed in his inbox just a month later.) Daryl Cagle, who runs a cartoon syndication site with 900 newspaper subscribers, had a similar battle with Apple last year, waiting around for months before eventually being allowed in. And while Apple eventually ruled in those cartoonists’ favor, the company went on an app-banning spree in February targeting apps with bikini-level sexual content." This is crazy, of course, and should give a pause to all the publishers contemplating engaging with Steve Jobs. Attached is one of the images apparently offensive to Apple's sensibilities.