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Gmail: Google doesn’t read our email

In recent days, a big-name newspaper wanted to spark a scandal around Gmail, but it’s basically a completely normal feature. In the first report on the subject in question, we already wanted and were able to calm down, because any access to your emails from Gmail is harmless. Google itself now commented on […]


In recent days, a big-name newspaper wanted to spark a scandal around Gmail, but it’s basically a completely normal feature. In the first report on the subject in question, we already wanted and were able to calm down, because any access to your emails from Gmail is harmless. Google itself has now commented on it, but finally repeats my statements. Only those who have received our authorization can access our emails.

There are official interfaces for this, so Gmail can also be used in non-Google email applications, for example. Definitely, you decide whether to allow third-party access to your Gmail. As we do so, Google recommends periodically checking the security check. If necessary, old or unused applications can be deleted there.

Google checks third-party applications for data protection and other factors before launching them, which also indicates a high level of security. Google itself does not read our emails either, advertising in Gmail is independent of the content of our messages. If access is required, for example for security reasons, the user is always requested in advance.