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When Google is actually behind a security update, the media loves it

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A recent article in the UK newspaper The Sun claimed that Google’s Android security updates were actually being “rewarded” by the media, which has become increasingly obsessed with Google and the company’s “credibility” since its initial release in January 2017.

The article claimed that, since the release of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Google’s security team has been “actively pushing” Android security through its Android team.

The source of the information, which claimed to be sourced from a former Google employee, included a quote from an employee of the company stating that the company has been actively pushing Android security since the first time Marshmallow was rolled out to developers.

The quote attributed to the employee came from a post titled, “Google Security Team actively pushing security updates through their development team,” which was written on February 11, 2017.

Google’s “security team” is a group of developers working on Android security, which is an important development given the importance of Android security to its own operations.

Google is not the only company to have its Android security team push Android security.

A recent report from security firm Gartner noted that Microsoft is the third-largest smartphone vendor in the world with over 100 security staff, with about one-third of the overall security team working on the platform.

However, many of the Android security issues are attributed to outside developers, who often take advantage of a lack of oversight by the security team.

While it is true that Google and other large mobile device makers are responsible for many security issues, the “Google security team” has also been responsible for numerous flaws in Android that have allowed malicious code to infect Android devices, including a number of vulnerabilities that have been exploited by the Chinese government and Russian hackers.

It is important to note that Google is just one of many companies that push Android updates through the Android team, and not all of them are the same.

Many mobile device companies have also contributed to Android’s security.

Google has been credited with pushing out updates to Android since 2011, but it has been in charge of Android updates since 2015.

Google continues to push Android upgrades through the developer program, with the majority of the updates released in recent years being security patches.

Google was recently awarded a $500 million grant from the US Department of Homeland Security for its work on the security of Android devices.

As part of the grant, the Department of Defense has allocated a total of $15.4 million in grant money to Google for the development of “Android Security and Mobile Device Security”.

The Department of State has also awarded Google $10 million in grants for the next two years to further develop Android security and mobile device security.

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