Privacy Policy for ModhBrahman

At ModhBrahman, accessible from, one of our main priorities is the privacy of our visitors. This Privacy Policy document contains types of information that is collected and recorded by ModhBrahman and how we use it.

If you have additional questions or require more information about our Privacy Policy, do not hesitate to contact us.

This Privacy Policy applies only to our online activities and is valid for visitors to our website with regards to the information that they shared and/or collect in ModhBrahman. This policy is not applicable to any information collected offline or via channels other than this website.

Child Endangerment

Apps that include content that sexualizes minors are subject to immediate removal from the Store, including but not limited to, apps that promote pedophilia or inappropriate interaction targeted at a minor (e.g. groping or caressing). 

In addition, apps that appeal to children but contain adult themes are not allowed, including but not limited to, apps with excessive violence, blood, and gore; apps that depict or encourage harmful and dangerous activities. We also don’t allow apps that promote negative body or self image including apps that depict for entertainment purposes plastic surgery, weight loss, and other cosmetic adjustments to a person’s physical appearance.

If we become aware of content with child sexual abuse imagery, we will report it to the appropriate authorities and delete the Google Accounts of those involved with the distribution.

Inappropriate Content

To ensure that Google Play remains a safe and respectful platform, we’ve created standards defining and prohibiting content that is harmful or inappropriate for our users.

Sexual Content and Profanity
We don’t allow apps that contain or promote sexual content or profanity, including pornography, or any content or services intended to be sexually gratifying. We don’t allow apps or app content that appear to promote a sexual act in exchange for compensation. Content that contains nudity may be allowed if the primary purpose is educational, documentary, scientific or artistic, and is not gratuitous.
Hate Speech
We don’t allow apps that promote violence, or incite hatred against individuals or groups based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, age, nationality, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or any other characteristic that is associated with systemic discrimination or marginalization.Apps which contain EDSA (Educational, Documentary, Scientific, or Artistic) content related to Nazis may be blocked in certain countries, in accordance with local laws and regulations.
We don’t allow apps that depict or facilitate gratuitous violence or other dangerous activities. Apps that depict fictional violence in the context of a game, such as cartoons, hunting or fishing, are generally allowed. 
Terrorist Content
We do not permit terrorist organizations to publish apps on Google Play for any purpose, including recruitment.We don’t allow apps with content related to terrorism, such as content that promotes terrorist acts, incites violence, or celebrates terrorist attacks. If posting content related to terrorism for an educational, documentary, scientific, or artistic purpose, be mindful to provide enough information so users understand the context.
Sensitive Events
We don’t allow apps that lack reasonable sensitivity towards or capitalize on a natural disaster, atrocity, health crisis, conflict, death, or other tragic event. Apps with content related to a sensitive event are generally allowed if that content has EDSA (Educational, Documentary, Scientific, or Artistic) value or intends to alert users to or raise awareness for the sensitive event. 
Bullying and Harassment
We don’t allow apps that contain or facilitate threats, harassment, or bullying.
Dangerous Products
We don’t allow apps that facilitate the sale of explosives, firearms, ammunition, or certain firearms accessories.Restricted accessories include those that enable a firearm to simulate automatic fire or convert a firearm to automatic fire (e.g., bump stocks, gatling triggers, drop-in auto sears, conversion kits), and magazines or belts carrying more than 30 rounds.We don’t allow apps that provide instructions for the manufacture of explosives, firearms, ammunition, restricted firearm accessories, or other weapons. This includes instructions on how to convert a firearm to automatic, or simulated automatic, firing capabilities.
We don’t allow apps that facilitate the sale of marijuana or marijuana products, regardless of legality.
Tobacco and Alcohol
We don’t allow apps that facilitate the sale of tobacco (including e-cigarettes and vape pens) or encourage the illegal or inappropriate use of alcohol or tobacco.

User Generated Content

User-generated content (UGC) is content that users contribute to an app, and which is visible to or accessible by at least a subset of the app’s users.

Apps that contain or feature UGC must:

  • require that users accept the app’s terms of use and/or user policy before users can create or upload UGC;
  • define objectionable content and behaviors (in a way that complies with Play’s Developer Program Policies), and prohibit them in the app’s terms of use or user policies;
  • implement robust, effective and ongoing UGC moderation, as is reasonable and consistent with the type of UGC hosted by the app
    • In the case of live-streaming apps, objectionable UGC must be removed as close to real-time as reasonably possible;
    • In the case of augmented reality (AR) apps, UGC moderation (including the in-app reporting system) must account for both objectionable AR UGC (e.g. a sexually explicit AR image) and sensitive AR anchoring location (e.g. AR content anchored to a restricted area, such as a military base, or a private property where AR anchoring may cause issues for the property owner);
  • provide a user-friendly, in-app system for reporting objectionable UGC and take action against that UGC where appropriate;
  • remove or block abusive users who violate the app’s terms of use and/or user policy;
  • provide safeguards to prevent in-app monetization from encouraging objectionable user behavior.

Apps whose primary purpose is featuring objectionable UGC will be removed from Google Play. Similarly, apps that end up being used primarily for hosting objectionable UGC, or that develop a reputation among users of being a place where such content thrives, will also be removed from Google Play.

Unapproved Substances

Google Play doesn’t allow apps that promote or sell unapproved substances, irrespective of any claims of legality. Examples:

  • All items on this non-exhaustive list of prohibited pharmaceuticals and supplements
  • Products that contain ephedra
  • Products containing human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in relation to weight loss or weight control, or when promoted in conjunction with anabolic steroids
  • Herbal and dietary supplements with active pharmaceutical or dangerous ingredients
  • False or misleading health claims, including claims implying that a product is as effective as prescription drugs or controlled substances
  • Non-government approved products that are marketed in a way that implies that they’re safe or effective for use in preventing, curing, or treating a particular disease or ailment
  • Products that have been subject to any government or regulatory action or warning
  • Products with names that are confusingly similar to an unapproved pharmaceutical or supplement or controlled substance

User Data

 You must be transparent in how you handle user data (e.g., information collected from or about a user, including device information). That means disclosing your app’s access, collection, use, and sharing of the data, and limiting the use of the data to the purposes disclosed. In addition, if your app handles personal and sensitive user data, please also refer to the additional requirements in the “Personal and Sensitive Information” section below. These Google Play requirements are in addition to any requirements prescribed by applicable privacy and data protection laws. If you include third party code (e.g., SDKs) in your app, you must ensure that the third party code used in your app is compliant with Google Play Developer Program policies. 

Personal and Sensitive InformationPersonal and sensitive user data includes, but isn’t limited to, personally identifiable information, financial and payment information, authentication information, phonebook, contacts, device location, SMS and call related data, inventory of other apps on the device, microphone, camera, and other sensitive device or usage data. If your app handles personal and sensitive user data, then you must:Limit your access, collection, use, and sharing of personal and sensitive user data acquired through the app to purposes directly related to providing and improving the features of the app (e.g., user anticipated functionality that is documented and promoted in the app’s description on Google Play). Sharing personal and sensitive user data includes using SDKs or other third party services that cause data to be transferred to a third party. Apps that extend usage of personal and sensitive user data for serving advertising must be in compliance with our Ads Policy.Handle all personal and sensitive user data securely, including transmitting it using modern cryptography (for example, over HTTPS).Use a runtime permissions request whenever available, prior to accessing data gated by Android permissions.Not sell personal and sensitive user data.Prominent Disclosure & Consent RequirementIn cases where users may not reasonably expect that their personal and sensitive user data will be required to provide or improve the policy compliant features or functionality within your app (e.g., data collection occurs in the background of your app), you must meet the following requirements:

You must provide an in-app disclosure of your data access, collection, use, and sharing. The in-app disclosure:

Must be within the app itself, not only in the app description or on a website;Must be displayed in the normal usage of the app and not require the user to navigate into a menu or settings;Must describe the data being accessed or collected;Must explain how the data will be used and/or shared;Cannot only be placed in a privacy policy or terms of service; andCannot be included with other disclosures unrelated to personal and sensitive user data collection.

Your in-app disclosure must accompany and immediately precede a request for user consent and, where available, an associated runtime permission. You may not access or collect any personal and sensitive data until the user consents. The app’s request for consent:
Must present the consent dialog clearly and unambiguously;Must require affirmative user action (e.g., tap to accept, tick a check-box);Must not interpret navigation away from the disclosure (including tapping away or pressing the back or home button) as consent; andMust not use auto-dismissing or expiring messages as a means of obtaining user consent. 

Restrictions for Personal and Sensitive Data Access
In addition to the requirements above, the table below describes requirements for specific activities.

Activity Requirement
Your app handles financial or payment information or government identification numbersYour app must never publicly disclose any personal and sensitive user data related to financial or payment activities or any government identification numbers.Your app handles non-public phonebook or contact informationWe don’t allow unauthorized publishing or disclosure of people’s non-public contacts.Your app contains anti-virus or security functionality, such as anti-virus, anti-malware, or security-related featuresYour app must post a privacy policy that, together with any in-app disclosures, explain what user data your app collects and transmits, how it’s used, and the type of parties with whom it’s shared.Your app targets childrenYour app must not include an SDK that is not approved for use in child-directed services. See Designing Apps for Children and Families for full policy language and requirements. Your app collects or links persistent device identifiers (e.g., IMEI, IMSI, SIM Serial #, etc.)Persistent device identifiers may not be linked to other personal and sensitive user data or resettable device identifiers except for the purposes of Telephony linked to a SIM identity (e.g., wifi calling linked to a carrier account), andEnterprise device management apps using device owner mode.These uses must be prominently disclosed to users as specified in the User Data Policy.Please consult this resource for alternative unique identifiers.Please read the Ads policy for additional guidelines for Android Advertising ID.
Data safety sectionAll developers must complete a clear and accurate Data safety section for every app detailing collection, use, and sharing of personal and sensitive user data. The developer is responsible for the accuracy of the Data safety section and keeping this information up-to-date. Where relevant, the Data safety section must be consistent with the disclosures made in the app’s privacy policy. Privacy PolicyAll apps must post a privacy policy in both the designated field in Play Console and within the app itself. The privacy policy must, together with any in-app disclosures, comprehensively disclose how your app accesses, collects, uses, and shares user data, not limited by the data disclosed in the Data safety section. This must include: developer information and a privacy point of contact or a mechanism to submit inquiriesdisclosing the types of personal and sensitive data your app accesses, collects, uses, and shares; and any parties with which any personal or sensitive user data is sharedsecure data handling procedures for personal and sensitive user datathe developer’s data retention and deletion policyclear labeling as a privacy policy (e.g., listed as “privacy policy” in title)The entity (e.g., developer, company) named in the app’s Google Play listing must appear in the privacy policy or the app must be named in the privacy policy. Apps that do not access any personal and sensitive user data must still submit a privacy policy. Please make sure your privacy policy is available on an active URL (no PDFs) and is non-editable. 
Usage of App Set ID
Android will introduce a new ID to support essential use cases such as analytics and fraud prevention. Terms for the use of this ID are below.

App set ID must not be used for ads personalization and ads measurement. 

Association with personally-identifiable information or other identifiers: 
App set ID may not be connected to any Android identifiers (e.g., AAID) or any personal and sensitive data for advertising purposes.

Transparency and consent: 
The collection and use of the app set ID and commitment to these terms must be disclosed to users in a legally adequate privacy notification, including your privacy policy. You must obtain users’ legally valid consent where required. To learn more about our privacy standards, please review our User Data policy
EU-U.S., Swiss Privacy ShieldIf you access, use, or process personal information made available by Google that directly or indirectly identifies an individual and that originated in the European Union or Switzerland (“EU Personal Information”), then you must:Comply with all applicable privacy, data security, and data protection laws, directives, regulations, and rules;Access, use or process EU Personal Information only for purposes that are consistent with the consent obtained from the individual to whom the EU Personal Information relates;Implement appropriate organizational and technical measures to protect EU Personal Information against loss, misuse, and unauthorized or unlawful access, disclosure, alteration and destruction; andProvide the same level of protection as is required by the Privacy Shield Principles.You must monitor your compliance with these conditions on a regular basis. If, at any time, you cannot meet these conditions (or if there is a significant risk that you will not be able to meet them), you must immediately notify us by email to and immediately either stop processing EU Personal Information or take reasonable and appropriate steps to restore an adequate level of protection.As of July 16, 2020, Google no longer relies on the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield to transfer personal data that originated in the European Economic Area or the UK to the United States. (Learn More.)  More information is set forth in Section 9 of the DDA.

Families Ads Program

If you serve ads in your app, and the target audience for your app only includes children as described in the Families Policy, then you must use ad SDKs that have self-certified compliance with Google Play policies, including the Ad SDK certification requirements below. If the target audience for your app includes both children and older users, you must implement age screening measures and make sure that ads shown to children come exclusively from one of these self-certified ad SDKs. Apps in the Designed for Families program are required to only use self-certified ad SDKs.

The use of Google Play certified ad SDKs is only required if you are using ad SDKs to serve ads to children. The following are permitted without an ad SDK’s self-certification with Google Play, however, you are still responsible for ensuring your ad content and data collection practices are compliant with Play’s User Data Policy and Families Policy:

  • In-House Advertising whereby you use SDKs to manage cross promotion of your apps or other owned media and merchandising
  • Entering into direct deals with advertisers whereby you use SDKs for inventory management

Ad SDK Certification Requirements

  • Define what are objectionable ad content and behaviors and prohibit them in the ad SDK’s terms or policies. The definitions  should comply with Play’s Developer Program Policies.
  • Create a method to rate your ad creatives according to age appropriate groups. Age appropriate groups must at least include groups for Everyone and Mature. The rating methodology must align with the methodology that Google supplies to SDKs once they have filled out the interest form below.
  • Allow publishers, on a per-request or per-app basis, to request child-directed treatment for ad serving. Such treatment must be in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, such as the US Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act (COPPA) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Google Play requires ad SDKs to disable personalized ads, interest based advertising, and remarketing as part of the child-directed treatment.
  • Allow publishers to select ad formats that are compliant with Play’s Families Ads and Monetization policy, and meet the requirement of the Teacher Approved program
  • Ensure that when real-time bidding is used to serve ads to children, the creatives have been reviewed and privacy indicators are propagated to the bidders.
  • Provide Google with sufficient information, such as information indicated in the interest form below, to verify the ad SDK’s compliance with all certification requirements, and respond in a timely manner to any subsequent requests for information.

Note: Ad SDKs must support ad serving that complies with all relevant statutes and regulations concerning children that may apply to their publishers.

Mediation requirements for serving platforms when serving ads to children:

  • only use Play certified ad SDKs or implement safeguards necessary to ensure that all ads served from mediation comply with these requirements; and
  • Pass information necessary to mediation platforms to indicate the ad content rating and any applicable child-directed treatment.


 We don’t allow apps that contain deceptive or disruptive ads. Ads must only be displayed within the app serving them. We consider ads served in your app as part of your app. The ads shown in your app must be compliant with all our policies.

Use of Location Data for AdsApps that extend usage of permission based device location data for serving ads are subject to the Personal and Sensitive Information policy, and must also comply with the following requirements:Use or collection of permission based device location data for advertising purposes must be clear to the user and documented in the app’s mandatory privacy policy, including linking to any relevant ad network privacy policies addressing location data use.In accordance with Location Permissions requirements, location permissions may only be requested to implement current features or services within your app, and may not request device location permissions solely for the use of ads.
Deceptive AdsAds must not simulate or impersonate the user interface of any app, notification, or warning elements of an operating system. It must be clear to the user which app is serving each ad.
Lockscreen MonetizationUnless the exclusive purpose of the app is that of a lockscreen, apps may not introduce ads or features that monetize the locked display of a device.
Disruptive AdsDisruptive ads are ads that are displayed to users in unexpected ways, that may result in inadvertent clicks, or impairing or interfering with the usability of device functions. Your app cannot force a user to click an ad or submit personal information for advertising purposes before they can fully use an app. Interstitial ads may only be displayed inside of the app serving them. If your app displays interstitial ads or other ads that interfere with normal use, they must be easily dismissible without penalty.
Interfering with Apps, Third-party Ads, or Device FunctionalityAds associated with your app must not interfere with other apps, ads, or the operation of the device, including system or device buttons and ports. This includes overlays, companion functionality, and widgetized ad units. Ads must only be displayed within the app serving them.
Inappropriate AdsThe ads shown within your app must be appropriate for the intended audience of your app, even if the content by itself is otherwise compliant with our policies.
Usage of Android Advertising IDGoogle Play Services version 4.0 introduced new APIs and an ID for use by advertising and analytics providers. Terms for the use of this ID are below.

The Android advertising identifier (AAID) must only be used for advertising and user analytics. The status of the “Opt out of Interest-based Advertising” or “Opt out of Ads Personalization” setting must be verified on each access of the ID.

Association with personally-identifiable information or other identifiers.
Advertising use: The advertising identifier may not be connected to persistent device Identifiers (for example: SSAID, MAC address, IMEI, etc.) for any advertising purpose. The advertising identifier may only be connected to personally-identifiable information with the explicit consent of the user.Analytics use: The advertising identifier may only be connected to personally-identifiable information or associated with any persistent device identifier (for example: SSAID, MAC address, IMEI, etc.) with the explicit consent of the user. Please read the User Data policyfor additional guidelines on persistent device identifiers.

Respecting users’ selections.
If reset, a new advertising identifier must not be connected to a previous advertising identifier or data derived from a previous advertising identifier without the explicit consent of the user.You must abide by a user’s “Opt out of Interest-based Advertising” or “Opt out of Ads Personalization” setting. If a user has enabled this setting, you may not use the advertising identifier for creating user profiles for advertising purposes or for targeting users with personalized advertising. Allowed activities include contextual advertising, frequency capping, conversion tracking, reporting and security and fraud detection.On newer devices, when a user deletes the Android advertising identifier, the identifier will be removed. Any attempts to access the identifier will receive a string of zeros. A device without an advertising identifier must not be connected to data linked to or derived from a previous advertising identifier.

Transparency to users.
The collection and use of the advertising identifier and commitment to these terms must be disclosed to users in a legally adequate privacy notification. To learn more about our privacy standards, please review our User Data policy.

Abiding by the terms of use.
The advertising identifier may only be used in accordance with the Google Play Developer Program Policy, including by any party that you may share it with in the course of your business. All apps uploaded or published to Google Play must use the advertising ID (when available on a device) in lieu of any other device identifiers for any advertising purposes.

Designing Apps for Children and Families

The use of technology as a tool for enriching families’ lives continues to grow, and parents are looking for safe, high-quality content to share with their children. You may be designing your apps specifically for children or your app may just attract their attention. Google Play wants to help you make sure your app is safe for all users, including families.

The word “children” can mean different things in different locales and in different contexts. It is important that you consult with your legal counsel to help determine what obligations and/or age-based restrictions may apply to your app. You know best how your app works so we are relying on you to help us make sure apps on Google Play are safe for families.

Apps designed specifically for children must participate in the Designed for Families program. If your app targets both children and older audiences, you may still participate in the Designed for Families program. All apps that opt in to the Designed for Families program will be eligible to be rated for the Teacher Approved program, but we cannot guarantee that your app will be included in the Teacher Approved program. If you decide not to participate in the Designed for Families program, you still must comply with the Google Play Families Policy requirements below, as well as all other Google Play Developer Program Policies and the Developer Distribution Agreement.

Play Console Requirements Target Audience and Content
In the Target Audience and Content section of the Google Play Console you must indicate the target audience for your app, prior to publishing, by selecting from the list of age groups provided. Regardless of what you identify in the Google Play Console, if you choose to include imagery and terminology in your app that could be considered targeting children, this may impact Google Play’s assessment of your declared target audience. Google Play reserves the right to conduct its own review of the app information that you provide to determine whether the target audience that you disclose is accurate.If you select a target audience that only includes adults, but Google determines that this is inaccurate because your app is targeting both children and adults, you will have the option to make clear to users that your app is not targeting children by agreeing to carry a warning label.You should only select more than one age group for your app’s target audience if you have designed your app for and ensured that your app is appropriate for users within the selected age group(s). For example, apps designed for babies, toddlers, and preschool children should only have the age group “Ages 5 & Under” selected as the age group target for those apps. If your app is designed for a specific level of school, choose the age group that best represents that school level. You should only select age groups that include both adults and children if you truly have designed your app for all ages.

Updates to Target Audience and Content SectionYou can always update your app’s information in the Target Audience and Content section in the Google Play Console. An app update is required before this information will be reflected on the Google Play store. However, any changes you make in this section of the Google Play Console may be reviewed for policy compliance even before an app update is submitted.We strongly recommend that you let your existing users know if you change the target age group for your app or start using ads or in-app purchases, either by using the “What’s New” section of your app’s store listing page or through in-app notifications.

Misrepresentation in Play ConsoleMisrepresentation of any information about your app in the Play Console, including in the Target Audience and Content section, may result in removal or suspension of your app, so it is important to provide accurate information.
Families Policy RequirementsIf one of the target audiences for your app is children, you must comply with the following requirements. Failure to satisfy these requirements may result in app removal or suspension.

App content: Your app’s content that is accessible to children must be appropriate for children.

App functionality: Your app must not merely provide a webview of a website or have a primary purpose of driving affiliate traffic to a website, regardless of ownership of the website. We are constantly exploring ways to enable new experiences for kids app developers. If you are interested in joining our Trusted Web App pilot for education apps, please submit your interest here.

Play Console answers: You must accurately answer the questions in the Play Console regarding your app and update those answers to accurately reflect any changes to your app. This includes but is not limited to, accurately disclosing your app’s interactive elements on the Content Rating Questionnaire, such as:Your app’s users can interact or exchange information;Your app shares user-provided information with third parties; andYour app shares the user’s physical location with other users.

Ads: If your app displays ads to children or to users of unknown age, you must:only use Google Play certified ad SDKs to display ads to those users;ensure ads displayed to those users do not involve interest-based advertising (advertising targeted at individual users who have certain characteristics based on their online browsing behavior) or remarketing (advertising targeted at individual users based on previous interaction with an app or website); ensure ads displayed to those users present content that is appropriate for children;ensure ads displayed to those users follow the Families ad format requirements; andensure compliance with all applicable legal regulations and industry standards relating to advertising to children.

Data practices: You must disclose the collection of any personal and sensitive information from children in your app, including through APIs and SDKs called or used in your app. Sensitive information from children includes, but is not limited to, authentication information, microphone and camera sensor data, device data, Android ID, and ad usage data. You must also ensure that your app follows the data practices below:You must not transmit Android advertising identifier (AAID), SIM Serial, Build Serial, BSSID, MAC, SSID, IMEI, and/or IMSI from children or users of unknown age.Device phone number must not be requested from TelephonyManager of the Android API.Apps that solely target children may not request, collect, use, or transmit location.Apps must use the Companion Device Manager (CDM) when requesting Bluetooth, unless your app is only targeting device Operating System (OS) versions that are not compatible with CDM.

APIs and SDKs: You must ensure that your app properly implements any APIs and SDKs.Apps that solely target children must not contain any APIs or SDKs that are not approved for use in child-directed services. This includes, Google Sign-In (or any other Google API Service that accesses data associated with a Google Account), Google Play Games Services, and any other API Service using OAuth technology for authentication and authorization.Apps that target both children and older audiences must not implement APIs or SDKs that are not approved for use in child-directed services unless they are used behind a neutral age screen or implemented in a way that does not result in the collection of data from children. Apps that target both children and older audiences must not require users to sign-in or access app content through an API or SDK that is not approved for use in child-directed services. 

Augmented Reality (AR): If your app uses Augmented Reality, you must include a safety warning immediately upon launch of the AR section. The warning should contain the following:An appropriate message about the importance of parental supervision.A reminder to be aware of physical hazards in the real world (e.g., be aware of your surroundings).Your app must not require the usage of a device that is advised not to be used by children. (e.g., Daydream, Oculus).

Legal compliance: You must ensure that your app, including any APIs or SDKs that your app calls or uses, is compliant with the U.S. Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act (COPPA)E.U. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and any other applicable laws or regulations.
Designed for Families ProgramApps designed specifically for children must participate in the Designed for Families program. If your app is designed for everyone, including children and families, you too can apply to participate in the program.Before being accepted into the program your app must meet all of the Families Policy requirements and Designed for Families eligibility requirements, in addition to those outlined in the Google Play Developer Program Policies and Developer Distribution Agreement.For more information on the process for submitting your app for inclusion in the program, click here.Program EligibilityAll apps participating in the Designed for Families program must have both app and ad content that are relevant and appropriate for children (apps must be rated ESRB Everyone or Everyone 10+, or equivalent) and must only use Google Play certified ad SDKs. Apps accepted into the Designed for Families program must remain compliant with all program requirements. Google Play may reject, remove, or suspend any app determined to be inappropriate for the Designed for Families program. CategoriesIf you are accepted to participate in the Designed for Families program, you can choose a second Families-specific category that describes your app. Here are the categories available for apps participating in the Designed for Families program:Action & Adventure: Action-oriented apps/games, including everything from simplistic racing games to fairy tale adventures, to other apps and games that are designed to generate excitement.Brain Games: Games that make the user think, including puzzles, matching games, quizzes, and other games that challenge the memory, intelligence or logic.Creativity: Apps and games that encourage creativity, including drawing apps, painting apps, coding apps, and other apps and games where you can build and make things.Education: Apps and games designed with input from learning experts (e.g., educators, learning specialists, researchers) to promote learning, including academic, social-emotional, physical, and creative learning, as well as learning related to basic life skills, critical thinking, and problem solving.Music and Video: Apps and games with a musical or video component, including everything from instrument simulation apps to apps that provide video and musical audio content.Pretend Play: Apps and games where the user can pretend to take on a role, for example, pretending to be a chef, care-giver, prince/princess, firefighter, police person or fictional character.


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The right to access – You have the right to request copies of your personal data. We may charge you a small fee for this service.

The right to rectification – You have the right to request that we correct any information you believe is inaccurate. You also have the right to request that we complete the information you believe is incomplete.

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The right to restrict processing – You have the right to request that we restrict the processing of your personal data, under certain conditions.

The right to object to processing – You have the right to object to our processing of your personal data, under certain conditions.

The right to data portability – You have the right to request that we transfer the data that we have collected to another organization, or directly to you, under certain conditions.

If you make a request, we have one month to respond to you. If you would like to exercise any of these rights, please contact us.

Children’s Information

Another part of our priority is adding protection for children while using the internet. We encourage parents and guardians to observe, participate in, and/or monitor and guide their online activity.

ModhBrahman does not knowingly collect any Personal Identifiable Information from children under the age of 13. If you think that your child provided this kind of information on our website, we strongly encourage you to contact us immediately and we will do our best efforts to promptly remove such information from our records.