How CyanogenMod's founder is giving Android users their privacy back [telecom]

New "Incognito Mode" enables more granular privacy settings than in stock Android.

by Florence Ion - June 17 2013, 7:45pm EDT

What if you could privately use an application and manage its permissions to keep ill-intending apps from accessing your data? That's exactly what Steve Kondik at CyanogenMod - the aftermarket, community-based firmware for Android devices - hopes to bring to the operating system. It's called Incognito Mode, and it's designed to help keep your personal data under control.

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