The Wall Street Journal published a report last year about third-party apps sifting through your Gmail and other free web-based email services. The article details how common it is for third-party apps and services to read and analyze the content of your Gmail messages. While Google said it would stop scanning your inbox messages so it could provide targeted ads, it continues to allow hundreds of third-party apps the ability to read your messages. As it turns out, there is a way to keep all those third-party app makers at bay. You can simply do it within a few steps.-
Step 1: Google’s Security Check-up page. That is - https://myaccount.google.com/security-checkup/3
The page not just shows you the recent devices from whereyou have logged in to your Google account but also the third-party apps that you may have given permission to access the account information and have forgotten about it. Read More...
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