Google is working on a design for the web version of its popular email service Gmail. Other features said to be on the cusp of debuting include a "snooze" option that lets users temporarily send emails back out of their inbox until they're ready to deal with them, as well as a "smart reply" feature for the web version of Gmail that automatically suggests boilerplate email responses; this option is already available for mobile.
The men took Google to court when the company refused to remove search results about their convictions, including links to news articles that the businessmen claimed were no longer relevant. Gmail will let users configure expiration date for expiring mails such as a week, month, multiple years, and more.
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Libby expressed great appreciation to Trump saying "for over a dozen years we have suffered under the weight of a bad injustice". Trump has termed Mueller's probe a "rdquo & witch search; and Russian Federation and also he have denied any wrongdoing".
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In response to the outcry, the head of the Google's cloud division said the company would establish a code of ethics to "guide the company's use of its technology and products", according to a report from Defense One.
Further, Gmail will also ask the recipient to punch in an SMS passcode in order to confirm their identity, before the recipient is being allowed to see the email. As for recipients, they are expected to receive a link for expiring email which can be viewed by logging into their Gmail account again. The recipient will not be able to take a print out of this email or can not copy/paste the content as well.
TechCrunch, who received the information from a tipster with early access, points out this could be a ploy to get more Gmail users' phone numbers. This is because Google is now asking users to confirm their Google account to view the confidential email. Even then, like TechCrunch reported, the Confidential Mode is available to a handful of users right now. The researchers behind the project wrote in a blog post; "Our method works on ordinary videos with a single audio track, and all that is required from the user is to select the face of the person in the video they want to hear, or to have such a person be selected algorithmically based on context".