Google has never been particularly given user protection Android. Yes, the company is trying to prove the opposite by releasing security updates with vulnerabilities every month, but the problem is that it has these updates in store for several months in advance so as not to disrupt the plan. Needless to say about Google Play, which Google has not been able to protect against the penetration of malicious applications that continually steal user data, arrange for surveillance or install third-party software on infected devices. And then there are unscrupulous developers pouring oil on the fire, against which Google was powerless.
Google Play has tons of apps whose developers are cheating on you
What's wrong with apps from Google Play
According to experts at PrivacyLint, the goal pursued by the developers was to create the appearance of concern about the safety of users for those who would be interested in this and look for supporting documentation. But why, in that case, it was impossible to just lie? After all, it is completely illogical to use opposite postulates in one document, where anyone can be convinced of their inconsistency. And the reason for this, as it turned out, was the use of online services by the developers of such applications for the automatic generation of privacy policies.
I personally solved this problem quite easily. I just stopped bothering about it. In the end, who cares what Google, Samsung, Epic Games or any other company knows about me. After all, I will not stop using their products anyway, because, firstly, they often provide access to their developments for free, and, secondly, I simply cannot find a replacement for them even if I wanted to. Well, if so, why waste nerve cells?