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Google will not remove Saudi app which lets men track women

Google will not remove Saudi app which lets men track women: Well, reports are coming that Google will not remove controversial Saudi app which let user to track the women. Yes! After a lot of controversies the giant tech company has said that they aren’t going to remove the app from their playstore because it isn’t ruining anything according to their term & conditions. You all should know that Google is a big company and they don’t think that it’s a bad app according to their term & conditions.

Google won’t remove Saudi app that lets men track women, report says

You all should know that the tech giant told the office of California Democrat Representative Jackie Speier the app called “Absher” doesn’t violates any rule. Overall, it means that the app is going to be there for the long time and no one can delete it, not even Google because deleting any app without any objection wouldn’t be good for the company.

Also, the reports are coming that the US Representatives Speier, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib and 11 others are still in demand of banning the app from the Apple and Google platforms. You all should know that the Google declined the demand and Speier called Google’s response “deeply unsatisfactory”. Now, reports are suggesting that the Apple was yet to announce its decision. Absher allows Saudi users to access government services.