Remember when Google said it would stop reading your email?
If you’re a Gmail user, your messages and emails likely aren’t as private as you’d think. Google reads each and every one (even if you definitely don’t), scanning your painfully long email chains and vacation responders in order to collect more data on you. Google uses the data gleaned from your messages in order to inform a whole host of other products and services, NBC News reported Thursday.
Yet another case of ‘If you’re not the customer, you’re the product.’
Listen to the entire Future section at The Outline give their reactions to the announcements at Google I/O 2018.