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People shouldn’t have to trade their privacy and security for access to a smartphone.

plainte - 8 janvier 2020

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Do you think someone who buys a cheap smartphone deserves less privacy than someone who can afford the latest iPhone ? No ? Then join us in pressuring Google to ensure every Android phone protects their users equally.
Dear Google,
People shouldn’t have to trade their privacy and security for access to a smartphone. The changes we believe are needed most urgently are as follows : Individuals should be able to permanently uninstall the apps on their phones. This should include any related (...)



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