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Google: Android L turns data encryption on by default

Turning on data encryption can make a huge difference in case your Android device is lost or stolen, as it will make it extremely difficult — if not impossible — for a third-party to access your files. It also gives you quite a bit of time to remotely wipe your device, which means that your photos, videos, texts and whatnot have a better chance of remaining private. And if the local authorities want to take a peek, they are also out of luck — it’s good news for those involved in criminal enterprises, and others as well. All this sounds great from…

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