Privacy and digital security have become a foremost concern for tech corporations as the users have increasingly become aware of the flaws of technology. The data leaks by Snowden last year gear started this shift of taking individual security and privacy a legitimate concern. Now, a common user too wants a device and an entrance in digital world where his/her privacy is respected by the larger corporations and in turn by the governments. In order to achieve some user satisfaction, we saw Apple talking about privacy and how it blocks police from accessing user content only yesterday. It seems, Google is not any far behind as the company is making Android encryption a default from the next generation of mobile OS.
Default Android Encryption:
Android 5.0 L is expected to arrive next month with reports suggesting that Samsung will push the latest OS build to Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Note 4 in October. While Android has offered optional encryption since 2011, not many users are aware about this feature or know how to enable it. From the latest mobile OS