Daily April 15

Apple and Google, the duopoly controlling the $133 billion-per-year mobile app market, typically differ when policing their respective ecosystems; the iPhone-maker is rigid in its controls while the latter typically favors open sourcing. However, the pressing need for more innovative security controls has prompted some to think their policies may soon overlap when it comes to policing third-party code on publishers’ apps. Read more below.

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