Wired notes those terms are as follows: "NYTimes.com Terms of Service, paragraph 2.2: “The Service and its Contents are protected by copyright pursuant to U.S. and international copyright laws. You may not modify, publish, transmit, participate in the transfer or sale of, reproduce (except as provided in Section 2.3 of these Terms of Service), create new works from, distribute, perform, display, or in any way exploit, any of the Content or the Service (including software) in whole or in part."
At $3.99, Pulse is billed as a clean and visual news reader for the iPad, which takes in up to 20 news sources that users follow, and creates a visual mosaic from the results. As Wired points out, like many other RSS readers, Pulse collects numerous RSS feeds that are freely available across the web, so it seems odd for the app to be signalled out for removal. Ironically, the New York Times is quoted in the rave reviews for Pulse on iTunes: "The iPad Pulse Reader Scales the Charts" - New York Times. Pulse developers, Akshay Kothari and Ankit Gupta, intend to remove access to the New York Times feed and resubmit the app for approval.