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Android it just that, and what they do there is run each app as its own user.

Though, Android also uses SELinux. I am not sure I would consider SELinux part of standard Unix permissions.

That is something introduced in recent versions.

And i suspect they did it more to get onto government approval lists than anything else (though it may also placate the *AAs).

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