If you have Gmail, here's who's scanning your inbox
Clip: 07/04/2018 | 5m 11s
A year ago, Google’s Gmail said it stopped its practice of scanning users’ inboxes to personalize ads. But it still allows outside app developers to scan inboxes, according to a Wall Street Journal report. John Yang talks with tech reporter Douglas MacMillan, who broke that story.
Aired: 07/04/18Video has closed captioning.
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