5 rules for online users that will change from September 1 2021 onwards!

By Lokmat English Desk | Published: August 30, 2021 06:58 PM2021-08-30T18:58:25+5:302021-08-30T18:58:25+5:30


From September 1, 2021, the rules for Disney Hotstar, e-commerce sites, Google Play Store, Google Drive, etc. will be changed. Disney Hotstar's plans will turn expensive along with online shopping.

Last year's lockdown had increased the importance and use of online shopping. Now the burden of petrol and diesel prices may increase a bit. From September 1, ordering goods through e-commerce will cost more.

The second phase of the IPL is set to begin next month. But before that, from September 1, OTT platform Disney Hotstar's subscription will be expensive. Users will now have to pay Rs 499 instead of Rs 399 for the basic plan.

The new rules for the personal loan app on the Google Play Store will come into effect from September. Apps that defraud or harass borrowers in the name of debt will be banned. This rule will apply to short term personal loan apps on Google Play Store in India from September 15.

Google's new rules will take effect on September 1. This will include banning apps that promote fake and deceptive content. Prolonged inactive apps will also be blocked.

A new security update will be available on Google Drive on September 13. Google has already announced this. This update will increase the security of Google Drive. Google had earlier made changes to Drive's file sharing and editing feature.