Consumerist reports that Senator Bob Casey of Pennsylvania has written to Apple in hopes of getting the company to pull the “Driver’s License” app from its store.
“Driver’s License” enables users to create fake driver’s licenses for their own entertainment. Sen. Casey believes the app encourages people to create counterfeit IDs for the purpose of illegal activity. He states in his letter to Apple that this app could potentially lead to more creation of false identities, identity theft, underage purchases of tobacco and alcohol. He also states that it could abet terrorism by thwarting security systems currently in place.
Sen. Casey asked Apple to remove the product from its App Store immediately and as of Monday morning the App was not available.
Read more here.