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8/4/05 at 10:16am
Originally Posted by Wear The Fox Hat
No thanks - there's too much spyware involved.
Originally Posted by comprex
spyware on email content, used to manage the sidebar ads?
As its purely for listserv email, I don't really care.
Originally Posted by PVnRT
Some people say that Google scans your email into its database. And that the email database, with its searching ability might become availible sometime. And they say that Google searches your email for keywords. Some people won't open Gmail that is sent to them, cause they don't want their addresses in the Google database.
Don't know if I believe this stuff. Gmail doesn't scare me; I'm really not paranoid.
|Originally posted by SSH
Any hosted mail service or business stores your e-mail, scans it, and has it available to be given to law enforcement with an appropriate warrant. Many businesses under the US's Sarb-Ox law are required to keep e-mail effectively forever. These commentaries are red herrings that overlook the truth of the matter... With over 2GB of storage for hundreds of thousands (if not millions) of users, the only real use of the information is aggregated data mining (which is basically what Google does in its web search engine).