Accuracy in Media

WASHINGTON — The war on privacy is moving forward as Google removed their experimental privacy feature from their Android software on cellphones. The software allowed users to block their private information like address books and location on certain apps.

android osReuters reported that users of the updated Android 4.4.2 will have to provide access to their personal data to use apps, which was accidentally released in the previous update 4.3

But, Android users can either choose privacy or security and not both.

 





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