That’s Google’s security expert. He told Google’s lawyer that sideloaded apps inherently have a higher risk of being malware (because they haven’t been reviewed, which seems obvious), that the research is consistent that sideloaded apps are riskier, and that entities like Samsung and Verizon warn their users about the risks of sideloaded apps.
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