Jun 072014
 
 June 7, 2014  Business, Online

Marshall Honorof reports:

Google wants to ensure that its customers’ email messages remain private, and has taken two more steps in that direction. With a work-in-progress Chrome extension that encrypts any kind of Web-based email exchange, and a transparency report that calls out other providers’ lackluster email privacy practices, Google is both promoting its own services and thumbing its nose at its competitors.

The Chrome extension, not yet available to the general public, is called “End-to-End,” and Google detailed it in a blog post.

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