Pro-ISIS Outlet Releases Tutorial Explaining How To Avoid Google Services

September 1, 2020

On August 26, 2020, a pro-Islamic State (ISIS) group dedicated to providing ISIS supporters with information about communications and cyber security issues, published an article in English and Arabic warning Android users not to register for any Google services, claiming that when they do, their privacy and security are compromised. The 18-page document provides alternative solutions, based on open source software which is described as safer. The document features tutorials explaining how to install the F-Droid repository App and how to access the App to install the Aurora Store App, which is an alternative to Google Play Store.

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