I hate Apple's overprotection. iTunes just told me I could get updates for 6 of my iPhone apps. Fine, let's update. The six apps are the following ones:

So the official eBay client, two twitter clients, a Google app, the well-known Shazam to recognize songs and ViaMichelin, a maps app. And still iTunes decided to show me a ridiculous dialog of the kind "You must be over 17 years old to get some of these apps, please click on OK to confirm you are". Unless eBay is a sex-oriented app or ViaMichelin is known to map all the brothels in your area and nobody ever told me, I don't see why such a dialog pops up. And even then, it's so easy to click on OK the dialog is totally useless.

Come on Apple, I don't need a mother, I only need a smartphone. Please give me back my total freedom of choice because I really have the feeling these days you are swallowing it at fast pace...