- Microsoft has launched a website 'warning' users about Google's 'tactics'
- It warns Google reads every email sent by users, scanning for key words
- Internet giant then tailors adverts based on the contents of emails
- Google: 'No humans read emails - and we don't use sensitive information'
The software giant has launched an advertising campaign warning people that Google reads every email sent by users, scanning for key words to target advertising.
A survey carried out by Microsoft found that 83 per cent of people felt that this was an invasion of privacy, while 93 per cent thought there should be an 'opt out' option for Gmail users.Microsoft has now set up a website - keepyouremailprivate.com - to tell people how Google makes money from emails.
It says: 'Google goes through every Gmail that's sent or received, looking for keywords so they can target Gmail users with paid ads. And there's no way to opt out of this invasion of your privacy. '
who do you trust less .........