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in-app purchases and privacy policy
Started by d2gp Jan 24 2019 04:09 PM

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in-app purchases privacy

Best Answer Rob Miracle , 25 January 2019 - 08:03 AM

If you're building for only iOS, they won't be. If you're building for Android, Google will handle your IAPs.

 

Rob

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hi - I very briefly flirted with showing ads in my app (via admob) but took them out in favour of unlocking levels with in-app purchases. Currently my privacy policy on my website is as follows (feel free to critique):

 

All of my apps are built using the Corona SDK platform. Metrics collected by Corona-based apps are GDPR safe, and do not collect any IDs or data points that would be considered personal data under these data regulations. See the Corona Labs privacy policy for full details.

 

Do I need to add some privacy wording because of the IAPs? 

thanks.



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This is no longer true. Corona does not collect anything if you are using the latest builds.



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You probably should include something in your privacy policy that your app uses In-App Purchases and that Apple or Google may collect data and link to their privacy policy.

 

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You probably should include something in your privacy policy that your app uses In-App Purchases and that Apple or Google may collect data and link to their privacy policy.

 

How would Google be involved?



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  Best Answer

If you're building for only iOS, they won't be. If you're building for Android, Google will handle your IAPs.

 

Rob



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got it, thx.




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