Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Taiwan fined Google for the short time in testing Android applications

The Taiwanese government has fined one million Taiwan dollars for not allowing consumers the legal test period of seven days for the Android applications. Google allows only fifteen minutes of test applications.

The computer company said that the fifteen minute test are very common in this type of transaction and a period of seven days would be very difficult to handle. Taipei's government warned Google that its conditions of sale violated the consumer protection laws and should change them before 23 June.

When the deadline expired, Google requested an extension of term Monday, said through an attorney, who could not meet the conditions required him to suspend the sale and payment applications, Chen said. Taipei's government imposed the fine Monday, after meeting Google's refusal to respect the laws Taiwanese consumer protection, requiring seven days of product testing, considering that there are no technical barriers to Google the meeting, said Chen.

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