Google warns apps, websites on privacy notices
Google has warned apps as well as websites on privacy notices. Google made some very big changes to its data privacy as well as their transparency rules that will have an impact on brands whose apps as well as websites do not comply. Most of the major brands out there have some kind of website as well as possibly a mobile app. They need to make sure that they do not violate the rules of Google.
- A German study has indicated that Google is not efficient at stopping Android viruses from Playstore.
- Google has made previous steps to protect Android users from the collection of private data for malicious purposes.
- In a new update, people with Android phones will be asked when and how much their personal data is collected by apps each time this information is requested.
“Google, creator of the Android mobile operating system that works on 2 billion devices worldwide, made major changes to its data privacy and transparency rules that will affect brands whose apps and websites don’t comply.”
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