kaikun97 wrote:huckleberrypie wrote:Fefo wrote:Google seems more about CYA than being proactive, so you better learn how to sift through the waste. A dev base that's hungry for some mobile money and a consumer base which doesn't know/care only make things worse.
That is, oblivious or non-tech savvy parents and way too many kids making up the Android user base, who couldn't tell Flappy Bird from an ad-riddled Floppy Bird. Coupled with companies with next to no previous experience with app development and simply cashed in on the mobile application craze of the 2010s (which, by the way, is reminiscent of how a myriad of developers rushed through churning out games after Activision introduced the third-party studio model).
More often of not they also violate the open source license for any app they inserted ads into and yet will still try to dispute a DMCA.
Tell me about it... Some weasel around the rule by making a github repository merely for compliance's sake, but still, it's a rather low-brow move by them to just cash in on your hard work. The Blender project got hit by that from what I have read.