Google has mounted a defence of the way it scrutinises the activities of third-party add-ons within its Gmail email service, telling a number of US senators in a letter on Thursday that most add-ons which had malicious intentions were caught in a review before they were allowed to be deployed.
More than a year ago, Google pledged to stop its systems from snooping on Gmail inboxes in order to personalise advertising.
An obscure feature in Gmail, where the dots in the first bit of an email address do not matter, can be used to scam users from a site like Netflix where the dots do matter, a software engineer in the UK says.
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