Gmail Offers More Privacy Controls in “Confidential Mode”

Gmail Offers More Privacy Controls in “Confidential Mode”

Last Wednesday, Google announced that Gmail will soon have a ‘confidential mode’ that will give users more privacy controls over their emails.

The new feature will allow users to remove their recipients’ option to forward, copy, download, or print specific emails. Users will even have the option to set messages to expire, as well as see who sees the emails they send.

However, Sydney Li from the Electronic Frontier Foundation criticized some of the features and said that the time limit feature which requires the email’s recipient to click a link to view the message may open up new phishing possibilities.

Source: LA Times

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