Google prevents apps from tracking the location of users in the background .. know the details

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In an attempt to increase the security of data for users of devices that run on Android phones, Google decided to put severe limits and barriers between applications and track them for the movements of users while working in the background, as the company will rely on a new system to review whether these applications really need to track the user or not.

According to the Indian TOI website, these changes were announced through a special blog for Android application developers with all its devices, and Google said that it will allow Google Play applications to submit requests to review their applications until August 3 and will be treated similarly to the rest of the applications on November 3.

While Google says that this process will look at each application and search for the reason that it tracks the location of any individual, Google also indicated that the developers are also responsible for any software libraries that are used in their applications, so it was at some time last year, some applications were able to These previously built libraries are used to track websites even if the user disables this feature by himself.

Noting that this will not start until August, but Google has stated that developers can make a request for review starting next May to clarify the use of this process in their applications.

On the other hand, officials in the Group of Twenty said that the world’s major economies should show unity in dealing with the tax evasion of giant global digital companies such as Google, Amazon and Facebook, as the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)OECD) By developing global rules to make digital companies pay taxes in their business locations instead of registering their subsidiaries.

The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development says this could boost national tax revenue by a total of $ 100 billion a year, and it appears that the call is mainly aimed at the United States, home to the largest technology companies, in an effort to avoid any hiatus from applying rules beyond the US presidential election. In November.

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