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    Drunk drivers who think they can evade the law by looking to certain smartphone apps might suddenly find a roadblock after all. Apple has followed up its big iCloud news earlier this week with some revised guidelines for its App Store—and one of the most noteworthy changes is a crackdown on apps that make it potentially easier to avoid police DUI checkpoints and drive drunk. Perhaps bowing to pressure from a number of organizations, along with a group of four U.S. Senators, the Silicon Valley company has now clarifies, "Apps which contain DUI checkpoints that are not published by law...

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