Android’s Private Computing Core was first introduced in Android 12 Beta. The company has also just unveiled a new set of Private Computing Services that bridge the gap between the Private Computing Core and the cloud in terms of privacy. The private computing core of Android is an open-source, secure environment separate from other operating systems and apps. Google adds further privacy protections to the Private Computing Core with each new version of Android.
Android’s private computing services prevent any function in the private computing core from accessing the network directly. Instead, it will use a small selection of designed open-source APIs to interface with private computing services.
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