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GMail a little too open? Google says users should have no ‘expectation of privacy’

EFF IN THE NEWS
August 15, 2013

Fortunately, Micah Lee of the Freedom of the Press Foundation and the Electronic Frontier Foundation has put together a good, relatively comprehensive guide on protecting electronic communications, and the better news is that much of what you need to do is not that hard, and is getting easier. And that means that, no matter what GMail or any other corporation, government, or hacker wants, you have major control in keeping your privacy protected.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013
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