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    Ivo commented  · 

    I think privacy oriented AOSP rom would be great. De-googled roms are great and all, but what I'd like to see is a ROM that actively denies access to data and information, or "poisons the well" by submitting random noise to any apps, including google. Whether we like it or not, most people still want access to google's app ecosystem, so having the comfort of android with much more aggressive privacy controls, tracking protection and robust encryption would imho work for many people.

    Low-level system access would also allow for useful privacy features like ability to clone encrypted system image to a usb drive and replace the system on the phone with a dummy install son the go. Then easily restore the original system image later. Great for border checks etc.

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