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Google Play’s Prominent Disclosure Requirements


If you’re an Android developer who publishes their apps to the Google Play Store, you might have been warned by Google: “Action required – Potential Google Play Policy Violation: 30-day warning” and asked to take steps to fix the violation. This post may also be read in German “Googles “Erfordernis der deutlichen Offenlegung” für den Play […]

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About Google’s “EU user consent policy”


When you use certain Google products, like Firebase, Google enforces their EU user consent policy. In this post we’ll look into the most important statements under this policy and the connections you have to make in your mind. The EU User Consent Policy The EU User Consent Policy Help Google says “when using Google products […]

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Privacy policy for OneSignal


Most developers of apps and websites know by now that they need a privacy policy. Not only is it mandated by many regulations across the planet, but services themselves have also become quite vocal about the need for a privacy policy. Google has recently made sure that any apps requesting specific permissions have a privacy […]

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Privacy policy for Google’s (invisible) reCAPTCHA


As you probably know, and we keep repeating at iubenda, a privacy policy should be on every online site. At least on sites with a commercial intention. If your site has a reCAPTCHA widget installed, then this rule applies as well. In fact, Google requires you to have a privacy policy ready for your users […]

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iubenda on the Cloudflare Apps Platform


Here’s a great new way to use and test iubenda: Cloudflare has relaunched their app integration marketplace and iubenda is part of a select group of apps that are included from day one to celebrate the launch! The Cloudflare Apps Platform enables the installation of third party software to any website running through Cloudflare itself. […]

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Mobile app privacy policy for auto-renewable subscriptions?


After Apple has put renewed emphasis on subscriptions for apps it can also be observed that this comes with requirements by Apple that many may ignore: auto-renewing subscriptions need a privacy policy. You can find some of that wording under: “Providing Access to Privacy Policies for Subscriptions” in the In-App Purchase Configuration Guide for iTunes Connect. […]

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