The need of data privacy is growing along with the technological developments all over the planet, and based on the recent released draft of the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), all e-data handling and transactions has been clearly considered.
Recently Mobile Apps Developers started using public clouds to host their apps’ data. This solution has lowered the cost and time of developing any software that deals with end-users data.
However, the main drawback of these solutions is the data security, once the data is uploaded to the server it is no more private and there is a risk that the cloud provider exploit your data or even worse if a hacker manage to access the server all data can be exposed in plain text.
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Apps are probably the only thing that harms you by stealing personal data. When downloading an app, we should make a point that all the details of the app comes from the original company or correct developer. Some sneaky apps might even trick people to download, so we need to check a few app details before downloading.
There are however anti-virus scanning apps and other tools on Android that can detect and remove anything that can harm your privacy.
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