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Google Admits: Third-Party Apps Can Still Access Your Gmail Data


Well... no shit? If you gave someone permissions to read your emails, obviously they can read your emails. And because they can read it, they can also copy your emails and/or share it with other companies. This isn't something that can be stopped by google.

Ya, the entire process is only to vet companies' policies on data access, retention, etc.


On an opt-in basis, which seems fine. A lot of people want email activity being fed to some other tool like CRM or call center software.

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