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05 December 2017, 02:32 | Bernard Bryant
A 3D printed Android mascot Bugdroid is seen in front of a Google logo in this illustration
While Android OS is often exploited due to its open platform, Google has begun cracking down on the applications that aren't playing by the rules.
Developers of apps that collect user data for purposes unrelated to the application's core function will now have to spell out why they are collecting the data and how they plan on using it. Users will need to provide their consent before the application can be used. After 60 days, Google Play Protect will warn users about apps installed on their phones and when users try to install new apps that fail to disclose user data collection practices. Google's help centre. Advice on making remedial actions will be available inside the facility.
It must also be displayed within the normal usage of the app and not be buried in settings.
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These requirements will apply during all instances when the app has to collect personal or device data from the user. So if you're a developer and your app collects personal data, you have a little under two months to get your apps to comply with these new rules.
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The company did not say whether the new policy of privacy violation warnings will apply to its own software as well.
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