Take a look at the headlines these days. You’ll find privacy and personal freedoms disappearing daily. It has become not a question of if people are spying on you or not, but rather, how many are spying on you and who are they.
Companies like Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, and others can spy and read our emails if they want, at any time. That’s why the Consumer Watchdog is pretty unsatisfied with a statement Google made back on the July 13th 2013 with regards to privacy concerns. Google thinks that, “a person has no legitimate expectation of privacy in information he voluntarily turns over to third parties.”
The Consumer Watchdog’s Privacy Project director, John M. Simpson said, “…when I send an email, I expect it to be delivered to the intended recipient with a Gmail account based on the email address; why would I expect its content will be intercepted by Google and read?”
Source UbergizmoFiled Under: Technology News