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Amiga-Emulator Uae4all2 aus Google Play Store verbannt.
Der Maintainer der Android-Portierung des Amiga-Emulators Uae4all2 ist vom Team des Android-App-Stores "Google Play Store" informiert worden, dass seine Anwendung aus dem Katalog entfernt worden sei. Die englische Original-Mitteilung liegt uns vor (s.u.), dort ist lediglich vage die Rede von "Urhebberrechtsverletzungen und Anmaßungen oder Täuschungen, die gegen die Inhalte-Politik [von Google-Play] verstossen". Genauere Informationen liegen derzeit nicht vor.

Die Mitteilung im Wortlaut:

"This is a notification that your application, Uae4all2, with package ID pandora.uae4all.sdl, has been removed from the Google Play Store.

REASON FOR SUSPENSION: Violation of the intellectual property and impersonation or deceptive behavior provisions of the Content Policy. Please refer to the IP infringement and impersonation policy help article for more information.
  • Your app and/or elements of its listing on Google Play, including title, description, logo(s), or promotional screenshots must not include unauthorized usage of protected works belonging to a third party.
  • Your app icon and promotional screenshots must not contain images that appear confusingly similar to existing products.
This particular app has been disabled as a policy strike. If your developer account is still in good standing, you may revise and upload a policy compliant version of this application as a new package name.

This notification also serves as notice for other apps in your catalog. You can avoid further app suspensions by immediately ensuring that no other apps in your catalog are in violation of (but not limited to) the above policy. Please also ensure your apps’ compliance with the Developer Distribution Agreement and Content Policy.

All violations are tracked. Serious or repeated violations of any nature will result in the termination of your developer account, and investigation and possible termination of related Google accounts. If your account is terminated, payments will cease and Google may recover the proceeds of any past sales and the cost of any associated fees (such as chargebacks and payment transaction fees) from you.

If you feel we have made this determination in error, you can visit the Google Play Help Center article for additional information regarding this suspension.

The Google Play Team" (cg)

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