There are many ROMs that allow manage application permissions that we have installed on our Android devices. By default Android not allowed to officially manage these permissions but the thing has changed with Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean).
It has been discovered that Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean) has a hidden permission Manager. Can be accessed with the with some alternative such as Nova Launcher applications launchers by creating a shortcut to settings or easily installing the Permission Manager application from Google Play.
Is called the Administrator’s permissions Operations of the application and allows us to manage many application permissions I have installed. It does not allow to manage all permissions to avoid that disconnect Internet access and avoid so an application to display ads. Allows us to block the permissions associated with the location, with personal data (contacts, calendar, registration, etc.), messaging (SMS, calls), and with the device (camera, recording audio, vibration, notifications, etc…). These adjustments are applications sorted by most recent date in which used a permit and categories tabs of the type of permissions that we have seen before (location, personnel, posts and device).
It is unknown because this administrator permissions is currently hidden. It could be that it is not yet a final version and Google is waiting for a new version of Android, perhaps already Android 5.0 (Key Lime Pie) to officially add the administrator permissions in Android.