A few examples of what I'm talking about:
- Android has a permissions system that allows two values for each access request from installed software: yes or no. However if Android tried to benefit the user as much as possible, it would also have a "pretend" mode where the user could fake the permissions in order to run the software.
- Android likewise has a "managed" mode, where users can give access to their phone to a third party in exchange for access to certain encryption keys. This is most commonly used for corporate email. But Android could also have a "fake managed" mode, where it only pretends to give out third party access for maximum benefit to the user.
- Google Chrome has a managed mode, where corporations can force it to behave in ways that are detrimental to the user, such as preventing it from accessing certain websites. But once again - Google could allow the user to invisibly override any such restrictions.
Is there a word or an expression that describes what I'm talking about?