Google has recently started the rollout of Android 13 for its very own Pixel phones, and needless to say, the new operating system comes with lots of new features.
One of the improvements that many users might actually even fail to notice concerns the privacy controls that are bundled with the operating system.
Android 13 can automatically clear the clipboard “after a period of time,” therefore making sure that whatever content is in there wouldn’t become available for malicious apps.
In other words, the sensitive data that users typically copy to the clipboard, including here credit card numbers, passwords, phone numbers, and so on, wouldn’t be stored in the clipboard for too long.
“Prevent any unwanted access to your clipboard. If you copy sensitive data like your email address, phone number or login credentials on your device, Android will automatically clear your clipboard history after a period of time,” Google <a href="https://blog.google/products/android/a… (read more)
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