In the latest updates to the Google Play Terms of Service, the company announced that from March 1, it allows the placement and promotion of applications for gambling for real money in 15 additional jurisdictions.
Experts believe that this step was prompted by the tech giant banal competition. On the Apple platform, such applications are allowed, so developers are more likely to create their products for iOS rather than Android.
The process of integrating new rules takes some time, since Google must approve the content in terms of compliance before launch. After launch, the company continues to release supplements to the rules. For example, an update was published in April regarding Personal Information (PII) and what data a gambling application can collect from devices.
PII principles are important and have a direct impact on protecting users from leakage data from applications, the latter is most likely when using third-party APIs, explained Stuart Godfrey, managing director of mobile application development company mkodo. According to the new rules, all Android software should now be completely transparent and inform the user. what information is collected and where it transfers.
Developers call this an unprecedented step Google will check all existing applications in its Play Store and retrospectively apply new privacy rules. Apps that do not meet the new criteria will be
re-moderated until the non-compliance is resolved.
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