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Does Android's implementation of SELinux's M.A.C. inhibit root apps with root privileges from accessing app data?

Starting with Android 4.4 SELinux's MAC is enforced. Does this mean that if an app somehow can get installed and exploit the kernel to get root privileges, that MAC will still prevent that app with ...
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Is it impossible to run as `root` if the machine isn't rooted?

By default, the user of the device does not have access to certain root objects (e.g. the /data directory). Even though these objects are off-limits, however, it would seem to me that these objects ...