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Google makes Gmail more secure in light of NSA snooping

21
Mar
2014

Your Gmail inbox may well be full of chain letters and kitten photos, but Google just announced two security changes thatll help keep prying eyes away from all your important messages. From now on, Google will always use a secure HTTPS connection when youre checking or firing off emails. You may remember that Google made such secure browser connections the default back in early 2010, but you always had the option to disable HTTPS if you really believed in the security of your network.

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