Sex selling apps ‘Sugar Daddy’ are being banned on Google platform

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 Google is shutting down apps that offer paid sex 

 

 

 

In 2015, the first ‘Sugar Daddy’ came into wide discussion. That year, the customer list and information from the alien app Ashley Madison were hacked. This time the word has been brought to the fore by Google's updated Play-Store policy

 

 

 

 


Sex selling apps ‘Sugar Daddy’ are being banned on Google platform

 


Global New News Desk –

The search giant said the new ban would take effect on the first day of September. ‘Sugar Daddy’ usually refers to a wealthy elderly person who provides financial support (usually to a young woman) in exchange for sexual benefits. And the apps that serve as a platform for such relationships are known as the Sugar Daddy app.

 


At the same time, we want to make sure that our platform provides a safe experience for the users. We’ve decided on this type of app based on feedback from policymakers and security experts in different countries.

 


Google will remove sexually explicit content from its own platform. As part of this, the US technology giant is banning ‘Sugar Daddy Apps’ from the App Store. They will remove content that helps in the understanding of ‘compensation for sex’. Sugar Daddy genre apps will also  deleted because they fall into this category.

 

 

Google’s updated Play-Store policy

 


Google has a variety of Sugar Daddy class apps. The developers have put ‘Sugar Daddy’ directly in the name of some apps. Other names include ‘Millionaire Singles’, ‘Seeking Arrangement’ and ‘Spoil’.

 


The spoil app has its own description, here you will find wealthy Sugar Daddy who wants to come to a secret deal, and you will find other attractive women who are looking for generous men. The idea is that Google will delete this app and all such apps on September 1.

 

 

 

A Google spokeswoman said: “As a platform we always want to support our developers and partners, but at the same time we want to make sure that our platform provides a safe experience for our users.”

 

 

 

We have decided on such apps based on feedback from policy makers, NGOs and security experts in different countries; From where the opportunity to engage in sex for money.

 


Note that in 2015, the first ‘Sugar Daddy’ came into wide discussion. That year, the customer list and information from the alien app Ashley Madison  hacked. This time the word has  brought to the fore by Google’s updated Play-Store policy.   

 

 

Sex selling apps ‘Sugar Daddy’ are being banned on Google platform

 

 

 

 

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