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Android M could give users more privacy controls

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Google's next smartphone OS, Android M, could boost the ability for users to control what happens to their data.

Google I/O takes place at the end of this month, but precious little is known about the software that will likely be at its core - Android M.

One recent Bloomberg report points to a possible area of focus from Google - privacy.

According to the report, Android M will give users "more detailed choices" over what personal data apps can access. This could include photos, your location, or your contacts.

At present when you download an Android app, you are notified of the data the app will access. You're then given a simple choice - download or don't download.

With Android M, the suggestion goes, you'll be able to determine the precise data individual apps have access to without being forced into such a binary choice.

Read More: Android M features we want Google to add first

As SlashGear points out, such options have been present in the Android code in the past, but Google has kept it hidden from most users in the name of app stability. Now it could be set to push those options front and centre.

One thing we do know from Google's leaked Google I/O agenda is that "Android for Work" will be a big focus. Increasing a user's power over data privacy would certainly tally with a push into more businesses.

Ilya Geller

May 8, 2015, 1:04 pm

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a) ‘Fire!’
b) ‘Dismay and anguish were depicted on every countenance; the males turned pale, and the females fainted; Mr. Snodgrass and Mr. Winkle grasped each other by the hand, and gazed at the spot where their leader had gone down, with frenzied eagerness; while Mr. Tupman, by way of rendering the promptest assistance, and at the same time conveying to any persons who might be within hearing, the clearest possible notion of the catastrophe, ran off across the country at his utmost speed, screaming ‘Fire!’ with all his might.’
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First you need to parse obtaining phrases from clauses, for sentences and paragraphs.
Next, you calculate Internal statistics, weights; where the weight refers to the frequency that a phrase occurs in relation to other phrases.
After that data is indexed by common dictionary, like Webster, and annotated by subtexts.
This is a small sample of the structured data:
this - signify - <> : 333333
both - are - once : 333333
confusion - signify - <> : 333321
speaking - done - once : 333112
speaking - was - both : 333109
place - is - in : 250000
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Do you have a pencil?

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