Google Mail (Gmail)
|Gmail is an e-mail service provided by Google you can use with web browser or mobile devices. Gmail also has a chat and video call function.|
The user is required to create a Google account. The same account can be used with other Google services (Google Drive, Google+).
Evaluation (15th December 2014) Updated (30th August 201710 December 2018)
Registration asks to input first name, last name, birthday and gender in addition to creating the username and password.
+ The users retains ownership of any intellectual property rights to uploaded content.
+ / Notices of changes are posted by at least 14 days in advance.
+ If a service is discontinued, “reasonable advance notice and a chance to get information out of that Service”.
+ You can use 2-way verification when signing to your Google account to protect you account against misuse.
+ The users can use the dashboard to manage certain type of the personal information and how it will be used by Google
- Google receives a license to use all uploaded content in current and future services. This license continues even if you stop using the service.
- Google tracks users on other websites.
- Google can share personal information with the consent of the user. Google can also share or publish aggregated data that does not identify a person.
- Google may stop providing services at any time.
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