How is alphagoog off the hook here?
I expect my lock-screen to be impenetrable, with the exception of *only* apps with permission to make lock-screen notifications. That it's possible to install software that allows the spawning of any non-permissioned app over a lock-screen isn't an app developer problem... It's an operating system design flaw. The flaws in the OS that allow this that should really be addressed by alpha-goog-whatever-they're-called, not patched over in apps written by careless 3rd parties.