Much like Google, Microsoft also scans your email

Much like Google, Microsoft also scans your email

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New Microsoft's ads make Google's email scanning sound sinister, but its own scanning--to block spam--isn't much different. FORTUNE -- Microsoft's anti-Google "Scroogled" campaign is based largely on the contention that rival Google "goes through" private email in order to target ads at users based on keywords. And that's technically true. It's...
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