Amazon does a U-turn over encryption on the Kindle Fire (and other toys using the Android-derived Fire OS). In a one-line PR statement, Amazon says encryption will come back to the suspiciously-cheap units in the springtime.
Really, so what? Amazon was probably correct when it said users didn’t want the feature. Because of the painfully weak hardware in these useless tablets, switching on encryption would have been a recipe for frustration, reduced battery life, and general sad feels.
So don’t store confidential information on them. Stick to using Amazon tablets for what they’re designed to do: consuming media and buying stuff.