ConsumerWatchdog.org criticizes some 'Gmail and Chrome' features - Video

ConsumerWatchdog released a video, criticizing certain aspects of Google products which they consider to be privacy problems. Here’re their points of focus: Gmail’s auto-save features, which submits unsent drafts to Google’s servers Chrome’s desktop shortcut feature, which removes the URL from your view Google’s context-targeted ad-serving in Gmail The inability of people sending email to Gmail users […]

ConsumerWatchdog released a video, criticizing certain aspects of Google products which they consider to be privacy problems. Here’re their points of focus:

  • Gmail’s auto-save features, which submits unsent drafts to Google’s servers
  • Chrome’s desktop shortcut feature, which removes the URL from your view
  • Google’s context-targeted ad-serving in Gmail
  • The inability of people sending email to Gmail users to opt-out of Google data storing

Source:→ Google Blogoscoped