Google has finally taken action against the violation of User Data Policy by developers. The web giant has sent several notices to many developers across the world.

The notice featured a warning for developers by Google that their apps will be removed or their visibility will be limited on Play Store if the application violate the company’s User Data Policy.

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This new policy from Google will definitely help its users, as many times while trying to find the right app, they end up installing some fake app, or some kind of malware.

Google by taking these steps ensures full user privacy. Company has given some time to its developers to make the privacy policy addition. The last date for updating their app is March 15. And if they don’t fulfill all the Google’s requirements, their apps will have “limited visibility” or will be removed.