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Ubuntu Desktop currently offer both encrypted disk and encrypted home as part of the install. Ubuntu Touch should also offer a user data encryption option for its users.
Acceptance criteria for July: Goal: Developers can integrate AppArmor into online accounts Acceptance criteria for August: Goal: Users receive a contextual runtime prompt when an app uses online accounts
This session is about discussing the current status and issues with eCryptfs, and making a decision what needs to be done in order for it to be an appropriate install-time option in the LTS release.