Google banned more than 2,000 apps offering instant loan services to customers between January and June this year, in light of the apps violating the company’s Play Store policies. Speaking at a roundtable on Thursday, Saikat Mitra, senior director and head of trust and safety at Google Asia-Pacific, said the company’s bans were put in place after a combination of breaches. policy, user reporting, and working with various law enforcement agencies and political bodies.
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