The privacy label system is corrupt
Firefox maker Mozilla released a study chiding Google for flaws in its Android Play Store app privacy label system.
Infamy, infamy, they have all got it infamy
Google has approved former US President Donald Trump's social media app Truth Social for distribution in the Google Play Store.
Unfair to other boardgames, and might require some diplomacy
Indonesia's competition regulator, the succinctly titled Komisi Pengawas Persaingan Usaha (KPPU) has alleged that Google has violated local anti-monopoly laws.
You are going to need a bigger boat
SharkBotDropper trojan has once again infiltrated the Google Play Store, Fox-IT, researchers have warned.
Beware the Joker
Google has just banned another 50 applications from its Play Store with anyone who downloaded them before the block came into force facing their personal details being stolen, text messages intercepted and even being signed up for subscription plans they never wanted or actually use.
Even if they are legal
Google has banned call-recording apps from the Play Store, in a move which seems to be designed to drive journalists nuts.
Vanilla Android is the opium of the people
Plastic ebony and rubber ivory
White one ships with delays
Matching its other Play apps to it