Google To Include Gmail Content in Web Searches
ONLINE PRIVACYAugust 10, 2012
Google has announced plans to roll out a new feature to a million Gmail users who sign up for it, and after accepting feedback, hopes to give all accountholders the ability to opt in to the feature that would allow contents of users’ Gmail correspondences to be included in their Google searches, reports the Associated Press. The feature is a response to a more people-centered Internet driven by the prevalence of information sharing on social networks, the report states, and may bring with it privacy concerns. To alleviate these concerns, Google will show Gmail communications in a collapsed format that users have to open in order to see details.