Android knows you’re sick of being followed around.
The Google-owned mobile operating system teased new privacy features on Wednesday that, once live, will give users control over sharing their location data in more precise ways. Specifically, a new developer blog post reveals that the upcoming Android 11 operating system will give people the option to limit location sharing with apps to a one-time affair.
In other words, say you want to let an app know where you are for a very specific purpose, but don’t want that app non-stop sending your location data to random third parties all the time. Going forward, Android says you’ll be able to make that happen. Read more…
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Jack Morse