Did you know that the emails you receive are often being tracked with email pixel tracking? It’s a common marketing practice that most companies use to know if you’re interested in reading their emails or not. And in most cases, email tracking on company newsletters isn’t a significant invasion of your email privacy. But what if email pixel tracking is being used by someone that you don’t want to share your email activity with- like an investor, or maybe someone you went on a few
Last October, Google announced a series of changes to third party access to Gmail APIs. We won’t summarize the technical details here, but the . . .