Just because mobile phones are increasingly running Linux doesn't mean that users should expect the devices to be as open as a Linux PC.
Regulators and operators have a big interest in limiting open source's "openness" as much as they can. Because they wouldn't want an enthusiastic developer to tweak the radio to ensure better signal quality, having him knock out the entire cellular system in the process, or secretly flip the switch on premium services such as high speed data plans without having to pay for it.
Yeah, sorry about all that, simpers Zuckerberg
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