Privacy Concerns Plague Google's Mail Service
Google co-founders Larry Page
(left) and Sergey Brin acknowledge privacy concerns
with their new e-mail offering. (Photo courtesy of Google)
As the Internet's most popular search engine prepares for a $2.7 billion initial public offering, its new e-mail service
has some privacy advocates and students worrying about the company's intentions.
The case against Gmail, from gmail-is-too-creepy.com.
Special report reported and produced by Adam Ostrow. Edited by Chris Harvey. Published Wednesday, July 14, 2004.
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