But at the same time, it raises some other questions. Two that come to my mind:
1) Is this what users really want? Would not a device-side negotiation mechanism (block XY permissions to app AB) be more appropriate, assuming the UI could communicate this to users?
2) Are cries of 'censorship' going to rally from influential non-innovators who are not yet ready for a truely mobile business model in light of the policy changes?
Google’s New Policies: Good for Users, Great for Android Developers and the Ecosystem
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