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<title>[Blog] We're all Gmail users now: Privacy as an ecological issue</title>
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<h1>[Blog] We're all Gmail users now: Privacy as an ecological issue</h1>
<p>Even if you're not using Google's
Gmail service yourself, many of your friends
will. How well can we really protect our privacy when
we opt out of centralised web services? </p>
<p>Based
on <a href="http://mako.cc/copyrighteous/google-has-most-of-my-email-because-it-has-all-of-yours">analysis
by Benjamin Mako Hill</a>, <a href="/about/people/gerloff/">Karsten</a> has
explored this question in a couple of blog posts in
<a href="https://blogs.fsfe.org/gerloff/2014/05/27/were-all-gmail-users-now-pt-2/">English</a>
and <a href="https://netzpolitik.org/2014/wir-sind-alle-gmail-nutzer-datenschutz-als-umweltproblem/">German</a>. The upshot: Privacy is an
ecological question, just like breathable air and
clean water.</p>
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