Chris Sevier, Tennessee Man, Suing Apple For Letting Him Access Porn

A Tennessee man is suing Apple, claiming the tech giant is at fault for selling devices that grant him unrestricted access to porn on the internet.

In a 50 page complaint, filed mid-June, former attorney Chris Sevier holds that since Apple is “concerned with the welfare of our Nation’s children, while furthering pro-American values” it should “sell all its devices in ‘safe mode,’ with software preset to filter out pornographic content.”

Per the complaint, Sevier’s problem began after he tried to visit “Facebook.com,” but — accidentally, he says — typed “F**kbook.com,” an adult site that “appealed to his biological sensibilities as a male and led to an unwanted addiction with adverse consequences.”

From there, judging by the suit, things spiraled way out of control.

The complaint alleges “Apple is hijacking great sex” by allowing customers to view pornography online, as well as being complicit in “the development of sex trafficking … child prostitution,” and many other societal ills ...

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