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Your Gmail account is set to get a number of welcome security upgrades, but enabling them might mean jumping through several more hoops than expected. The changes affect what Google calls “sensitive actions” in Gmail, which cover a number of areas, and if the email service detects anything potentially suspicious, the user will be challenged […]

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It is the latest in a long line of complaints filed by the activist group NOYB (None of Your Business), which has fought the tech giant for years on data privacy. The French data regulator CNIL has been among the most active in Europe, doling out huge fines against Google and Facebook in particular. The […]

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Organizations who deploy Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance (DMARC) will, from now on, be able to increase Gmail recipients’ trust in the emails, newsletters, receipts and offers they send by automatically displaying the company’s logo. This effective indicator that these types of email communication are, indeed, coming from that specific legitimate source is made […]

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