Friday, May 28, 2004

Reuters is reporting that California's Senate voted Thursday in support of a bill which would limit GMail, the new e-mail service by Google. Their concerns are that GMail could threaten the privacy of users. The bill would require Gmail to work only in real-time and would bar the service from producing records. It would also bar Gmail from collecting personal information from e-mails and passing any information to third parties. The bill now heads to the state Assembly for consideration and possible modification.


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