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Gmail Gears Up For Tougher Data Privacy Laws

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Google's email service as it gets ready for tougher data privacy laws has now added the option to enable messages to become unreachable after a definite set time.


The new "confidential mode" can be utilized to stop recipients being readily able to forward, copy, download or print correspondence sent by means of Gmail.


BBC News reports that the new facilities are a part of a much pervasive overhaul of the cloud-based administration.Experts say that the options were "long past due" although should enable Google to persuade more organizations and businesses to join.
Chris Green, from tech consultancy Lewis says:


"Other platforms, like Microsoft Exchange, let you use plug-ins to do something similar. So this isn't anything unique. But none of the cloud-based mail services have offered these data protection features until now, so they are quite distinctive in that respect.”


Since screen grabs and photos of a computer display are as yet conceivable , the anti-copy...(continued)
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