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Google security form
Get the help you need to answer Google's security and data capture form.
Starting with the new data privacy and security policy implemented by Google, developers will be required to provide more information related to their privacy practices through a dedicated security section of Google. In short, developers will need to provide details about the data they collect, how they handle it, and how they share it, including through the use of third-party SDKs.
This section is intended to provide more detail about the functionality of Combat Fraud's mobile product in relation to the Google form. The answers made by Google will be answered based on Combate a Fraude's product, it is worth noting that this section deals only with the Mobile SDK product, and if your product uses more features, you should answer the form according to features of both systems.
The form that must be answered contains three different sections, these are:
This section contains questions about data collection, security, and handling practices, they should be answered with yes/no options. These are answers based on the Mobile SDK product only, remember to adapt them to your product.
In this section, you must declare all data types that are collected or shared by your application.
The following table defines the default settings for Mobile SDKs. We stress the importance of adapting your answers according to the behavior of the SDK within your product.
The types of data collected by an application may or may not be shared. Any data transmitted to CAF or any other third party by the application will be considered shared data. For example, if a user adds their name to the application and logs that information, that data is collected. However, if the application shares the user's name with CAF or any other third party, that data is considered shared data.
In this section, each of the previously selected data types must be declared whether it is collected, shared, or both.
If your application collects data, please state the following:
- Purpose of data type collection - Select the appropriate reasons for collecting this data, such as application functionality, analysis, developer communications, and so on.
- Whether the type of data collected is ephemeral - Is the data processed temporarily or does it reside in the application permanently.
- User Permission - Whether or not the user can allow data collection.
You can use the table above to check the definition of each of the data used by CAF's SDKs.
If your application shares data with third parties state the purpose for sharing this data. Select the appropriate reasons for sharing this data.
If your application collects data and also shares data with third parties, state the purpose for collecting and sharing that data.
Ephemeral processing refers to information that is processed in memory only for the period needed to process a specific action in real time and for no other purpose. This is not the data collection process used in Anti Fraud, since user data is saved for more extended periods.
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