Android Q gets the privacy controls Google should have added years ago

Android Q will stop apps from moving your site when you’re not using them.

As tech giants come under flame for facilitating the widespread accumulation and sale of personal data, Google has predicted the office and will add new privacy boasts to Android. In the next account of the operating system, called Android Q, apps will need explicit permission to road customers’ places while running in the background. Android Q will too limit access to hardware information( likely to stop device fingerprinting ), and will no longer move “affinity” for contacts, which means apps won’t be able to see who users interact with the most.

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