Google to introduce new transparency policy update in 2022; encourages developers to share data- Technology News, Technomiz
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This safety section may include the type of user data collected and stored, for example, contacts, personal information, audios, photos, videos, etc. It may also show how the data is used in terms of app functionality, and customization. There may also be information on whether or not does an application uses safety protocols to ensure user privacy (for example, end-to-end chat encryption).
The new update is said to follow Google’s family policies. The safety section of the app will be verified by an independent third party. The apps will allow users to request data deletion if and when they decide to no longer use the app and uninstall it.
“Google Play will introduce a policy to make it mandatory for the app developers to provide accurate information of the user data accessibility. If any developer is found to be mispresenting the data they’ve provided and violates the new policy of Google, they will be required to fix it immediately within short notice. If there’s non-compliance from any app or its developer, a complaint will be subject to policy enforcement”, stated the blog.
The feature may roll out gradually, giving developers of existing apps time to update their products while for the new developers, it may allow them to market their apps on the Play Store only when they follow this new policy update.
While the update will be fully functional around mid-2022, it will pass through the pre-announcement phase in the third quarter of this year. By the end of 2021, developers can start declaring the data in the Google Play Store. During the first quarter of 2022, users may see the option on Google Play.
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