Google to ban ‘sugar dating’ apps from Play store
(CNN) – Google’s relationship with so-called “sugar dating” apps has soured.
This week the tech giant updated its Google Play policy to ban such apps.
It says starting in September, any app that promotes “compensated sexual relationships” will not be allowed in the Google Play store.
“Sugar dating” is when money or gifts are exchanged for companionship.
The new policy does not affect other kinds of dating apps.
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