Msg#: 4602037 posted 8:03 am on Aug 18, 2013 (gmt 0)
I think they are entirely right, and I have not seen a single argument from those who disagree that actually replies to my argument.
Several people who disagree with you have replied to your argument. I am afraid that the fact that you still disagree with them does not necessarily make you right.
This is all a matter of opinion and my opinion is that Google unethically uses people's failure to make themselves familiar with their full TOS to boost their bottom line. They do this not only with gmail but just about all their other "free" services.
Msg#: 4602037 posted 8:14 am on Aug 18, 2013 (gmt 0)
I do not see any replies, but not attempts to rebut my points. I do not see answers to questions such as
1) Is Google's spam filtering inethical? 2) What do you think Google should do about it? 3) Where is the invasion of privacy in processing mail on the servers you sent the mail to?
@Samizdata, no, NSA swooping is known, but it is not reasonable. The difference is that the NSA do not have the consent of either the sender or the recipient. NSA snooping IS like the postal service opening an envelope.