Google ads are based on a lot of different data inputs. You can, of course, change what you allow Google to see and use at any time within your Google account. "'What we're going to do is make it unambiguous, ' she said". That's where people get personal messages for all sorts of things, from work, to private life, to receipts for online purchases.
Today, however, Google signaled that it will move away from this policy. "G Suite customers and free consumer Gmail users can remain confident that Google will keep privacy and security paramount as we continue to innovate".
Alphabet Inc's Google said on Friday it would stop scanning Gmail content for creating personalized ads from later this year, bringing the widely-used email service in line with its enterprise offering, G Suite. Greene said the search engine giant wants to do the same for consumers using Gmail for free later this year.
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Alphabet Inc.'s Google Cloud sells a package of office software, called G Suite, that competes with market leader Microsoft Corp.
There are more than 1.2 billion users of the free Gmail service, according to Google. It doesn't read your email, like Google does, to generate better advertising.
This doesn't mean ads are disappearing from Gmail altogether-free users will still see ads that are personalized based on data from Search and YouTube. Gmail add-ons will enable features like payments and invoicing directly within Gmail, further revolutionizing what can be accomplished in email. The company added an explanation of the scanning to its terms of service in 2014, but doing so did not satisfy a federal judge in San Francisco, who rejected a legal settlement in March that proposed to pay $2.2 million to lawyers, but nothing to consumers.
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A major change is coming to Gmail.
US District Judge Lucy Koh ruled in March that the settlement was hard to understand and 'does not clearly disclose the fact that Google intercepts, scans and analyzes the contents of emails sent by non-Gmail users to Gmail users for the purposes of creating user profiles of the Gmail users to create targeted advertising'.
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