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Private-Sector Privacy Problems: gmail edition

In Google we trust? Think again, by Joe Newman, Public Citizen (October 21, 2009).

A Gmail user who did nothing wrong had his or her account shut down because of [a] bank’s monumental screw up. And Google, a company that basically prints its own cash, didn’t lift a finger to protect the rights of one of its users.

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