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Source: Joe Maring / Android Central
Android 11 is here, and while the early developer previews and beta builds have shown us most of what is available, there is a lot behind the scenes that changed. Many of those changes have to do with user privacy, which is something that affects us all.
The changes themselves don’t seem like major additions to what has become the most used operating system in the world, and that’s by design. The team working on user privacy had the tough job of giving us more control and being proactive through the OS itself without anything feeling complicated or disruptive.
To get the full story on what was changed and some of the thoughts that went into those changes, which you can read in detail in our Android 11 review, I sat down with Google Product Manager and privacy specialist, Charmaine D’Silva, for a discussion about what it all means and how it all works.Verizon is offering the Pixel 4a for just $10/mo on new Unlimited lines
The most important thing we all should know is that Android has been built from the ground up to protect user privacy. It doesn’t seem that way sometimes with all …
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