"The remote-wipe capability that Google recently invoked to remove a harmless application from some Android phones isn't the only remote control feature that the company built into its mobile OS. It turns out that Android also includes a feature that enables Google to remotely install apps on users' phones as well," Dennis Fisher reports for threatpost.
Like the article says...imagine if it was Apple instead. Then what would you be saying?
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