Human rights activists call on Google to change the policy of the preset applications on smartphones

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the International human rights organization appealed to the head of Google with the requirement to change a policy of pre-installed software on a number of devices. About it informs “the”.

the Prerequisite for this was the fact that the gadgets on Android contains pre-installed apps that cannot be deleted.

According to human rights activists, this can lead to security vulnerabilities of smartphones, including the dissemination of the personal data of the owners without their knowledge or consent.

Earlier in Samsung smartphones found dangerous vulnerability. Experts believed that hackers remotely get access to cloud users. Due to this, they received free access to recent calls, contacts, SMS messages, photos, videos.

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