Hiding porn in your Android phone

While browsing the Android app store, I found one that promised to hide your tracks should you be interested in browsing for porn. Here are its permissions:

Permissions required by a browser app that claims to hide your porn-surfing tracks.

Permissions required by a browser app that claims to hide your porn-surfing tracks.

How does that look to you? That network sockets thing is fine. This is a browser. But look at other permissions. Why would it want to look at your accounts? As the app has now got into the power guts then I guess it could be remotely hacked so that it could be switched on remotely too. Finally, Google Cloud Messaging. Yeah, very important.

The first lesson these tools need to know that it is stupid to put porn in a communication device. Worse, in an Android phone, whose OS was made by Google.

This is like the confession app meant for Catholic priests that was made. The idea is unbelievably preposterous and it is plainly obvious that it is meant for spying. But, the foolish slaves have no problems with it.

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