Lollipop not secure when screen locked?
I can not find a way to remove the camera widget from the Lillipop screenlock.
When I want my devices locked, I want no functionality at all. It is a security risk to allow the camera to operate on starting up or when the screenlock is enabled. Devices are routinely taken as evidence, and the owner is automatically assumed to be responsible for the content. Say my daughter leaves her phone unattended for a moment. When she does pick it up, there is absolutely no telling what might now be in the picture gallery. Another example; while viewing gallery pictures with a co-worker, you both stumble across sensitive images of a personal or business nature. Unless you can reasonably control access to your devices through software, they are huge liability. It is only a function of time before someone gets wrongfully fired or put behind bars for this kind of negligent OS vulnerability. I don't know if Google is ignorant, arrogant, or just plain stupid.
Has any one found a method on lollipop to take all widgets, including the camera off the lockscreen?