graeme_p - 3:05 pm on Aug 17, 2013 (gmt 0)
@Samizdata, you are misinterpreting what I said. I did not say the recipient can do ANYTHING with an email, I said you have consented to certain things you can reasonably expect them to do.
I have not consented to that, or to anything else.
You have not consented to their forwarding the email, or printing it out. Should those be illegal? If you send spam, you have not consented to it being processed by a spam filter, so should spam filters be illegal?
To repeat my question, do you think the Gmail spam filter is an invasion of privacy?