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Google Removes 3 Children’s Apps From Play Store for Purportedly Violating Its Data Collection Policies – Gizmodo Australia

Just because a childrens app looks innocuous doesnt mean its not doing some shady stuff in the background. Google has reportedly taken action against three childrens apps in the Play Store Princess Salon, Number Colouring and Cats & Cosplay for allegedly violating its data collection policies, according to a report in TechCrunch.
Per the report, Google took action on the apps after researchers at the International Digital Accountability Council, a nonprofit privacy watchdog, informed it of the violations….

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