Microsoft is making it easier for users of Android devices to access Cortana from a locked screen. Mehedi Hassan tells us that users testing the feature are seeing a pop-up in the Windows app that
asks them if they want to enable the virtual assistant on the lock screen. The biggest issue, per Hassan, is the access to data because the virtual assistant is available on the locked screen and not
behind the locked screen. It's not clear from Microsoft if that posses a threat.
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