Google has announced that it has made changes to the Developer Distribution Agreement so that customers find it easier and more convenient to use the Google services.
For the full Developer Distribution Agreement, click here. To make things short, there are only a couple things you need to take note of. Developers who offer paid applications or in-app purchases will have three business days to respond to customer support inquiries, or 24 hours if it’s something “stated to be urgent by Google.” Contact info must also be correct, and Google now has more leeway to pull apps that are deemed security risks.
In addition, the company has updated some of the language regarding VAT tax for customers in the European Union. Google will now take control of VAT tax for apps and content so developers will not need to do anything and should leave everything to Google.
Lastly, Google has updated certain parts of the marketing language used so that it can promote apps and introduce features more faster and easier. Read the full Agreement for more information.
Source: Android Central