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Don't expect privacy!

Google indicates in a recent court filing that people who use Gmail shouldn't reasonably expect their emails to stay private.

Google suggests in a recent court filing that people who use Gmail shouldn't reasonably expect their emails to stay private.

People who send emails to someone with a Gmail account shouldn't expect their messages to be private, Google suggests in a court filing.

The revelation was made in a brief Google filed recently in federal court in response to a class-action lawsuit alleging the company violates federal and state wiretap laws by using a program to scan emails to determine what ads to serve based on the message's content.

"Google has finally admitted they don’t respect privacy," said John M. Simpson, director of Consumer Watchdog’s Privacy Project. "People should take them at their word; if you care about your email correspondents' privacy don’t use Gmail."

A hearing in the case is scheduled for Sept. 5 in U.S. District Court in San Jose, Calif.

Concerns over online privacy and security have been heightened after information leaked by former National Security Agency contractor Eric Snowden revealed that major Internet companies have been providing Web user data to U.S. security agencies. A second NSA program called PRISM forces major Internet firms to turn over the detailed contents of communications such as emails, video chats, pictures and more.

Just another reason why I don't GOOGLE there is no privacy with anything Google related.

Be aware that there not the only ones sharing your email and your web habbits, others are as well - they just seem to be the frontiers in doing so.

 

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