Jaclyn Cosgrove of the LA Times reports:
In rolling out major updates to Gmail, Google announced Wednesday that the popular email service will soon feature a new “confidential mode” that promises to give users more control over who sees the emails they send, and for how long.
Users should still be mindful about what they send over email, privacy experts warned, as messages sent in confidential mode could still fall into the wrong hands.
With the new privacy feature, users will be able to remove recipients’ options to forward, copy, download or print specific messages.
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