Is it possible to allocate charges for accessing data to the user who has accessed it?

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I want that the charges incurred for accessing data on GCP be billed to the user who is accessing that data. Can this be done?
Nov 18 in GCP by anonymous
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Yes, this could definitely be done.

You can use the Requester Pays feature to require that requesters include a billing account project in their requests. 

The requester's project is then billed for access charges instead of the owner of the accessed bucket.

For more info regarding how to utilize this feature, have a look at https://cloud.google.com/storage/docs/requester-pays

answered Nov 18 by Sirajul
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