Google bans direct Marijuana sales through its app

May 31, 2019 | Investopaper

Google has banned all the applications in its store that facilitated the sale of Marijuana or other THC products. All the applications related to marijuana sales have been removed from the Google Play Store. The marijuana delivery companies can no longer sell marijuana to their customers by using Google Platform.

The reason behind banning the apps from the Play store is to make the platform more friendly to children.

There has been a growing trend to legalize marijuana consumption around the globe in a certain amount. Uruguay and Canada are the countries to fully legalize marijuana.

Other countries that have legalized the medical use of cannabis include Argentina, Australia, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Finland, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Peru, Poland, Thailand, Switzerland, etc.



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