Google would like you to know that no one is reading your emails on Gmail without your permission. While that may be true, things aren’t that simple.
After a Wall Street Journal report (published Monday) described how third-party developers might be reading your emails on Gmail, Google on Tuesday responded with a blog post, describing the measures the company takes to ensure your security and privacy within the service.
The post, signed by Suzanne Frey, Director of Security, Trust and Privacy at Google Cloud, admits that Google allows third party developers to access your Gmail messages, but only if you’ve granted them permission, and only after they pass a strict review process. Read more…
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Author: Stan Schroeder
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