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Google is banning ‘sugar daddy’ apps as part of new sexual content restrictions – Engadget

As part of new restrictions on sexual content, Google is banning so-called sugar daddy apps from the Play store, effective September…



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The term “sugar daddy” entered the lexicon in force back in 2015 when a massive data breach exposed a list of clients on the dating app Ashley Madison. Now, we’re hearing about it again via Google’s latest Play store policy update, as Android Police has…

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