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 changes were intended to tighten privacy requirements for companies accessing your data from Gmail. The biggest change is that Google is cracking down on companies that mine Gmail data (including scanning your Gmail messages) and then use that data in a way that is unknown to the Gmail user — including selling it to a third party. As of March
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