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Google Gmail is “Creepy”, says a Non-Gmail User Filing Complaint

Google Gmail is “Creepy”, says a Non-Gmail User Filing Complaint October 11, 2018. By Jane Mundy.
San Francisco, CA: If you are one of the 1.4 billion Gmail users around the globe, you are likely more than familiar with annoying online ads. But so too are email users who didn’t sign up to Gmail. People like Rick, who is fed up with barrages of ads. And people like Rick are filing Google complaints.
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Google Mail California Claims Expire end of September: File Now, Attorney Urges

Google Mail California Claims Expire end of September: File Now, Attorney Urges September 14, 2018. By Jane Mundy.
Santa Clara, CA: Attorney Ray Gallo has filed a lawsuit against Google on behalf of individuals seeking compensation for invasion of privacy. Gallo says that if you do not use Gmail but sent an email to a Gmail user, Google intercepted it and processed it for advertising purposes, and you may be owed $5,000 under the California Invasion of Privacy Act.
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Google Under Scrutiny by European Commission for Alleged Antitrust Activity

Google Under Scrutiny by European Commission for Alleged Antitrust Activity November 30, 2010. By Gordon Gibb.
BRUSSELS Google, the giant internet search engine, has come under the scrutiny of the European Commission (EC), which has just announced an antitrust investigation amidst allegations Google has abused its dominance in the global online search arena.
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