Android Q may enhance security by restricting clipboard access to apps that need it

When you copy and paste text and other items in Windows, MacOS, Android, iOS and most other operating systems, that data goes into a temporary holding area called the clipboard. Some apps can extend this area to hold multiple items, but the gist is that whatever is in the clipboard can be pasted wherever things can be pasted — and in some cases, apps without clear authorization to use the clipboard can access its contents.

Link: Android Q may enhance security by restricting clipboard access to apps that need it
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