Gmail users’ expection of privacy

bureau Brandeis / 14 Aug 2013

Gmail users have no reasonable expectation of privacy, claims Google’s counsel in a legal brief in a class action about its service. Untrue and not a very fortunate statement, says Christiaan Alberdingk Thijm on BNR news radio.

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