Wants to make money and ignore end-to-end encryption

Google is planning to add several new security features to its ubiquitous email service, Gmail, but they will come with a cost – literally and figuratively.

Among the new features reportedly under consideration are self-deleting emails and a new "confidentiality mode" that would prevent emails from being printed or forwarded.

While those would seem to be useful features, the question of course is: how would it actually work?

And the answer of course is: by pulling Gmail into a walled garden, away from open email protocols and into a special Google system where the Chocolate Factory controls everything.

If you receive an email from someone using a Gmail address and also use Gmail to receive and send email, then the system will appear pretty seamless.

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