Consumer Watchdog has unearthed a July 13, 2013 motion filed by Google’s attorneys with regards to ongoing litigation challenging how the Silicon Valley giant operates its highly popular free email service.
The motion, penned in hopes of having the United States District Court for the Northern District of California dismiss a class action complaint against the company, says Gmail users should assume that any electronic correspondence that's passed through Google’s servers can be accessed and used for an array of options, such as selling ads to customers. — RT USA
Gmail email users should NOT expect privacy, Google claims in stunning admission | Mail Online
Google has stated that people should not expect privacy when they send messages to a Gmail account.
This is according to a brief that was filed last month in a U.S. federal court and recently picked up by Consumer Watchdog.
The company claims ‘all users of email must necessarily expect that their emails will be subject to automated processing.’