“Apple teamed up with [Matt] Damon to promote the actor’s new movie ‘Promised Land,’ a film attacking both oil and gas companies as well as the process of fracking,” Breitbart New reports.

“The mega-company hosted a Q&A with the film’s stars Dec. 3 at an Apple store in Soho,” Breitbart New reports. “Damon and John Krasinski, who co-wrote the film together, took part in the live discussion. Filmmaker Phelim McAleer, who delights in bursting the bubble of liberal environmentalists with documentaries like Not Evil Just Wrong, asked a rather pointed question at the duo to kick off the affair.”

Breitbart New reports, “Apple recorded the event and created a podcast of the Q&A to be shared via iTunes. Yet McAleer says the only question snipped from the live event was, you guessed it, his query. Good thing McAleer taped the question and answer for all to see.”

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MacDailyNews Note: If they are practicing “iCensorship,” Apple’s doing a horrilbe job: McAleer’s documentary, Not Evil Just Wrong, is available for sale (US$9.99) via Apple’s iTunes Store.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews readers too numerous to mention individually for the heads up.]