If you use a Yahoo, Microsoft, AOL, or other non-Gmail email account, Google may owe you $5,000 for illegally intercepting your emails.
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Google made money by intercepting and processing emails you sent to Gmail users. We've been fighting Google in Court for three years. We've seen the evidence and gotten the court rulings. We won settlements in two previous cases: Gmail has changed its architecture pursuant to a court order (in Matera v. Google). And we settled some damage claims (in Corley v. Google).
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If you’ve never had a Gmail account and didn’t know that Google was intercepting and processing your emails to Gmail users for advertising purposes, you have strong claims under the California Invasion of Privacy Act (CIPA).
CIPA claims are worth $5,000.
But act now. All claims will expire.
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What’s at stake?
Your freedom, your security, and your privacy.
Google intercepted and analyzed your intimate communications with Gmail users using cutting-edge artificial intelligence to develop “user profiles”.
“We know where you are. We know where you’ve been. We can more or less know what you’re thinking about.”
- Google’s former CEO, Eric Schmidt.
People emailing Gmail users have "no reasonable expectation” that their communications are confidential.
What can you do?
Join the Lawsuit, assert your rights and reject email surveillance. Seek your $5,000 from Google for its violations.
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