12 Feb Google Play Store to remove millions of apps that don’t reveal where user data goes
Google has started warning developers that it plans to remove all apps from its Play store that don’t have privacy policies. The move is likely to affect millions of apps that do not comply with the policy and declare what they do with user data.
In this case, sensitive data includes information such as financial and payment credentials, phonebook or contact data along with microphone and camera sensor data.
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