What I meant is that it's not like your entire device's contents are shared to the internet; that would be silly. If you are that concerned, I would assume that you already have security software on your device, you have already closed listening on all your device's ports, and none of your apps have read/write access except in their own specific settings and cache folders.
Though if you are of the people that prefer _everything_ encrypted, wouldn't you be concerned about every other app out there that also stores a cache on your device's internal storage? I'd assume that this would mean you are posting on every other app's support forum asking for an option that they allow cache disabling.
Besides, unless you have "questionable" videos that might get thumbnailed, it does seem a little bit on the excessive security side.
That's my 2 cents worth. My personal thoughts aside, it's up to the developer if he wants to implement this. In the interim, you could manually clear cache upon exit, or setup a Tasker task to periodically do it for you.
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