SappChat is here with its security, end-to-end encryption features, and full anonymity!

Google recently announced that from the second quarter of 2022, mobile app developers submitting new apps and app updates to the Google Play store will be required to disclose certain information regarding their apps’ data collection, use, sharing, and security practices, alongside a privacy policy for their apps. In addition, this information will be displayed in a new “safety section” of Google Play.
Specifically, app developers will be required to disclose whether their app:
• employs security practices, such as encryption;
• follows Google’s Families policy;
• requires certain data to function or if users can choose not to share certain data;
• has had its “safety section” verified by an independent third party; and
• enables app users to request the deletion of their data after uninstalling the app.
Additionally, developers will be required to disclose what types of data the app collects and stores (e.g., precise location, contacts and contact information, photos, and videos, audio files and storage files), and how the data is used (e.g., for app functionality or personalization). In addition to disclosing this information, apps will be required to provide their own privacy policy.
Overall, the second quarter of 2022 seems to be far ahead. However, SappChat is here right now with its security, end-to-end encryption features, and full anonymity!

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