The new rule did not come from the left box. Google banned the Chrome Web Store crypto-mining extensions in April due to "malicious software developers trying to abuse the platform at the user's expense." We'll bet that's why the tech giant decided to implement the same rule for Google Play.
The store will now also ban any app that appeals to children but contains banned adult topics that are likely to prevent "Elsagate". Apps from further multiplication. If you remember, one of the issues YouTube is dealing with is disseminating disturbing and violent videos masquerading as children's shows. Google Play has the same problem ̵
In addition to these two new rules, Google Play will now ban any app that sells explosives, firearms and ammunition. In addition, steps are being taken to get rid of low quality, low cost applications. Apps that rip off others without adding anything original or valuable, as well as several "similar content and user experience" applications created by the same developer will now get started. The Play Store also shuts down apps that primarily serve ads and those that mislead users by pretending to be something completely different.