You can probably figure out almost all the salient details of this story without reading it – we’ve seen almost the exact same thing happen to other developers. I’ll just give you a moment to outline the situation in your head, then we’ll see how close you got. Ready? Okay. The developer of the super-neat video indexing app Mizuu was notified earlier today that Google has pulled the app for violating Google’s policy on sexually explicit material.
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Video ID/Management App Mizuu Removed From Play Store By Google For Alleged Content Policy Violations was written by the awesome team at Android Police.