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sparindia,Alphabet's Google said on Thursday it plans to allow third party payments systems in South Korea in order to comply with the country's new law, which bans major app store operators from forcing software developers to use their payments systems.

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basketball stars two,Google's announcement comes after the Korea Communications Commission's (KCC) request for the U.S. tech giant to come up with compliance plans for the new law that went into effect in September.

In late August, parliament passed an amendment to South Korea's Telecommunications Business Act - dubbed the "anti-Google law" banning big app store operators from forcing developers to use their payment systems, effectively stopping them from charging commissions on in-app purchases.,nick basketball stars kbh

soccer drills before game,Most of the new law went into effect in mid-September.

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psg handball jersey,"We respect the decision of the National Assembly, and we are sharing some changes to respond to this new law, including giving developers that sell in-app digital goods and services the option to add an alternative in-app billing system alongside Google Play’s billing system for their users in South Korea," Google said in a statement.

scoer,Google added that alternative billing systems may not offer the same protections or payment options and features of Google Play's billing system.

The KCC said Google has proposed plans, which allow alternative payment systems at lower fees. These will only be applied to South Korea.,basketball wear appropriate attire

basketball gym edmonton,Also Read | Apple, Google asked to turn in S.Korea compliance plans by mid-October

scoer,Google plans to implement the new payment policy this year, the KCC said.


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