In all modern Android smartphones, there is useful at first glance, the function, which in fact violates the law of several countries of Europe. We are talking about the function of tracking of tracking users via GPS or A-GPS.
User group from Norway drew attention to the fact that Google monitors their movement, and feature tracking is enabled by default in almost all Android smartphones. Of course, the dissatisfaction of the users turned into a collective complaint, and now Google is awaiting trial and huge fines.
“Android owners can disable the feature. Android creates a phantom feeling of safety, and even if you clear all the checkboxes in the system opposite location tracking, Google will still know your location.
Thus the company not only contrary to the GDPR (European regulation on data protection), but also the law on protection of consumer rights, because it imposes additional services to provide access to other services.
Let’s hope that a huge multimillion-dollar fine will force Google to amend in the OS Android.
Recall that the Xiaomi company continues to develop mobile gaming. The company plans to produce not only smartphones, but other devices which increase the comfort of the game. We are talking about a gaming headset. However, instead of the usual 3.5 mm Jack plug, the company will introduce a device with a yield Type-C, which is undoubtedly great news for those who love mobile gaming.
Earlier Znayu reported that, as it turned out, the Korean Corporation Samsung have rats. It is reported that the secret information of the company fell into the hands of party people. Most likely, the information passed from the company.
Znayu wrote that the company, which is the Creator of GTA V, refuses to continue his project, which is expected by millions of gamers worldwide. We are talking about the game Agent, which was previously a fairly ambitious project. Previous game appeared on the shelves in 2009, and it was exclusive to consoles.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.