Google: You have No Reason To Expect No Privacy

Source:  Gizmodo.



"Expect no privacy" is what Google is telling the court and users.  This was found in a brief filed by Google attorneys trying to dismiss a class action lawsuit brought on by Gmail users.

Don't we kinda already know that?  I suppose.

But to hear Google actually say it, somehow, it's different, you know? The exact words are "Indeed, 'a person has no legitimate expectation of privacy in information he voluntarily turns over to third parties".

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