Google Allows Apps To Scan Data From Your Gmail

Google Allows Apps To Scan Data From Your Gmail

While Google's Gmail discontinued the practice of scanning & sharing data from inboxes over privacy concerns last year, it will continue to allow 3rd party email apps to do so for Gmail accounts. 

That's right, Google STILL allows other companies to scan and share data from Gmail accounts.  Google made the disclosure in a letter to U.S. lawmakers.  Google says that app developers can scan accounts and share that data with third parties as long as they disclose how it’s being used.  In some cases, app companies have read people’s emails to improve their algorithms. 

Does this disturb you like is disturbs me?  I mean, can we even expect a right to our own privacy anymore?

 

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