It’s a Core Location Blacklist

John Gruber’s take on Apple’s widely reported ability to remotely disable iPhone applications:

Apple has no reason to hide such a configuration in a sneaky place. If it’s “tucked away in a configuration file deep inside” the Core Location framework, doesn’t it seem more likely that this list has something to do with, say, Core Location?

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