"Consumer Gmail content will not be used or scanned for any ads personalization after this change."
Here's a prime example of Google's invasion of privacy:
Family vacation coming up and I'm emailed the details as an attached Word document. Nothing in the email itself or anywhere else.
Google take it upon themselves without my permission to not only add the vacation to my calendar, but also the hotel I'm staying at and with whom.
All this done automatically by way of scanning personal communication.
Is it 'convenient'? Perhaps, but consider the implications.
Happy Birthday Snowden 🎉🎈🎁
I just had a video call with a guy from Chile that didn't know how to use a program of mine that he found on Github. Isn't Internet (and free software) beautiful? <3
Turns out there might be a ban on [state-mandated] encryption backdoors from the EU, that sounds great https://www.engadget.com/2017/06/19/eu-proposes-banning-encryption-backdoors/
Opt out from Google collecting SSID of WiFi by suffixing "_nomap" to SSID