Let’s make Android great againBill Anderson
“He is worried, his aides say, that he will not be able to keep his Android phone once he gets to the White House and wonders aloud how isolated he will become — and whether he will be able to keep in touch with his friends — without it as president.”
High in Tower, Trump Reads, Tweets and Plans, New York Times, Ashley Parker and Maggie Haberman, Nov. 19, 2016
The president-elect has a penchant for late night tweeting from his phone. He also, just like a significant portion of the U.S.A, regularly uses an Android to communicate with friends, family and business acquaintances. When he ascends to the highest office on January 20, will President Trump be permitted to use his phone from the White House?
A succession of government policy makers have tried to secure the office of the President by devising complex, byzantine rules and regulations that effectively prevent normal use of modern technology. Horribly frustrating to the user and staffers, this denial of commercial best practices results in little – aside from lost opportunities to engage with the country the way the rest of the world does.
Will internal regulators deny the president and his team the ability to use their Android phones completely? Will they continue to substitute constrained phones that cut the team off from normal applications and social media? How does this help advance the cause of modern government?
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