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Google: Stop Going Through my Private Emails

Posted by Admin On January - 6 - 2014

Emily L., Care2 Action
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Google earns money by going through every word of your private emails in Gmail and targeting you with ads.
Please sign the petition today! Google: Stop Violating Our Privacy!

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Most email providers filter through emails to remove SPAM and malware. But Google has gone too far by reading all emails in Gmail in order to target you for ads. Don’t we have any right to privacy online?

I don’t like the idea of Google searching through my private emails about my health, my finances, and my personal relationships in order to show me ads about mortgages or pain killers. I understand that Google has to make money with ads, but this is a clear invasion of privacy.

Not only that, but people who are not Gmail users STILL have their emails read when they email someone who is using Gmail. Those people have not even agreed to Google’s terms of service!

We must stand up for our privacy online. Please sign this petition today asking Google to stop going through your private emails in order to sell ads!

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