Google Tweaks Privacy Policy For Indian Payment App After Paytm Complaint

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Google has tweaked the privacy policy of its Indian digital payments mobile application, days after local rival Paytm complained that the US tech giant’s platform allowed disclosure of customer data for advertising and other purposes.

Google Pay’s new privacy policy stated that UPI transaction data could be used for monetization purposes only by the platform itself. But the company said it did not do so now.

Google has recently rebranded the payment app and named it to Google Pay.

As data is the new currency, everyone is after data. The companies are data hungry. So that nations should make straight rules to protect their data.

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