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Google is taking steps to make it easier for people to get rid of their smartphones abroad.
In the past few months, the search giant has rolled out a new service that lets users import their iPhones, iPads and Android smartphones into the country of their choosing and lock them down.
The new service, which will launch in the U.K. and Canada, is called Locked In.
It lets users transfer their smartphones and tablets to a trusted partner and lock the devices in place.
Google’s move is part of a broader push to make people feel safe in countries where they are not.
Users can now import their Android smartphones from Google Play and iPhone apps from Apple App Store or Google Play.
The U.S. is one of the first countries where Locked In will be available.
“When we launched Locked In, we were concerned that our users were migrating to the Internet and social media more and more frequently,” a Google spokesperson told Business Insider in an email.
“The result was that they were locking up their devices and becoming more difficult to retrieve.”
Google will also be releasing a free service called Locked Out, which offers a “secure” lock that allows users to get their devices back.
Google is offering a limited number of Locked Out devices.
More on Google and security:Google also announced a new Android app, which it says will help users manage their security.
Users will be able to create a password and set up a “passphrase for a secure device” to protect them from hackers.
In the U, locked smartphones will be limited to one month, and locked devices will be unlocked after three months.
Users can then unlock them from their locked device at their own expense.
The move comes as Google continues to ramp up its efforts to protect its users from cyberattacks and cybercriminals.
Last week, the company began taking down malicious software and phishing emails from Gmail accounts.
Google said it would also be making “dozens” of changes to its search algorithm, including limiting the number of ads displayed to help users get to the right places faster.
Google is also adding a new feature to the Google app called “Synchronize,” which allows users in the same household to share a shared device, or to sync their Google account and email.
While it may seem like a simple feature, this means that people will be sharing their phone number with other people, making it harder for people with family members who might not be able or willing to share their own devices.
Google said in the email that “we’re working hard to make locking your phone as easy as possible for everyone, whether it’s for your family, friends or work.”