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Google Dismantles Chinese Chamet

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ByHarper Stewart

Sep 29, 2023
Google Dismantles Chinese Chamet
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Due to a breach of the User-Generated Content (UGC) policy, Google has reportedly formally deleted the contentious live video streaming software Chamet from the Play Store, according to TechCrunch.

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The Play Market will delete apps that are primarily concerned with presenting offensive user-generated content, according to a Google spokeswoman who declined to comment. About a month ago, the app was removed.

Chamet specialized on live video broadcasts and charged users for the privilege of speaking privately with the hosts. According to Economic Times, it included multiple female streamers dancing, chatting about their lifestyles, and allowing fans to send presents via in-app purchases.

Chamet was troubled with improper content and adverts despite being warned about explicit content and striving to separate itself from it.

Blogger Caleb Friesen raised issues with Chamet’s ambiguous ownership procedures in August. The business’s website, which included very little information, first raised these issues.

An analytics company called Data.ai found that between January and July 2023, Indian consumers spent over $13.4 million on Chamet, with over 26 million downloads and a total of $38 million spent in-app. Google declined to say whether it planned to take similar steps against other live video chat applications.

 
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