Sep 022014
 
 September 2, 2014  Business, Featured News

This post is about more than our new app, Disconnect Mobile, being arbitrarily removed by Google from the Play Store Tuesday, five days after it went live and prior to doing any PR announcement. This post is really about Google’s disregard for user privacy and security, their ability to arbitrarily and unilaterally ban any app from the world’s dominant mobile operating system (78% of total smartphones run Android), and the importance of alternative Android distribution platforms that support privacy and security.

Read more on DisconnectMe.

Julie Bort covers the issue on BusinessInsider.

Thanks to Joe Cadillic for the link.

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