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JustDial App Reportedly Taken down from Google Play
According to a newest report in MediaNama, the popular JustDial app of India on the Google Play store for Android has been removed because of serious privacy violation issues. The report has mentioned that the app received an update last week after which the application started storing and retrieving phone book data from the user without a disclaimer.
According to the report, JustDial informed that Google had asked the company to resolve the problems before launch and it is in talks with Google to get more clarity on the issue.
According to the Google Developer distribution agreement an app is usually terminated due to following reasons: (a) violates the intellectual property rights or any other rights of any third party; (b) violates any applicable law or is subject to an injunction; (c) is pornographic, obscene or otherwise violates Google's hosting policies or other terms of service as may be updated by Google from time to time in its sole discretion; (d) is being distributed by you improperly; (e) may create liability for Google or Authorized Carriers; (f) is deemed by Google to have a virus or is deemed to be malware, spyware or have an adverse impact on Google's or an Authorized Carrier's network; (g) violates the terms of the Agreement or the Developer Program Policies for Developers; or (h) the display of the Product is impacting the integrity of Google servers (i.e., users are unable to access such content or otherwise experience difficulty).