American Internet Giants in the Crosshairs for Alleged Privacy Violations
Everybody has seen notorious Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony on data privacy in April 2018, and the damage it has inflicted on Facebook’s reputation. Since then, privacy breaches seem to be piling up. Now, it turns out that another internet giant, Google, allows third parties to read letters of Gmail users. Is that in the nature of giant corporations? Or they aren’t the only ones to blame?