Google Tightens Play Store Rules on Loot Boxes, Marijuana, More

Google is adding new restrictions on Android apps available through its Play Store. Games that offer “loot boxes” for sale must now clearly disclose the odds of receiving items in advance of purchase. Apps that facilitate marijuana sale or delivery are now banned. Developers of all apps must now associate their app with more specific age targets (such as 6-8 and 13-15) and comply with stricter rules for younger age groups. Google is now applying much stricter rules regarding sexual content and hate speech.

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