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Friday, May 07, 2010

UC Davis scraps Gmail pilot: Privacy levels 'unacceptable'

"Google has been hit with a major blow in regards to privacy by a leading US university, which this week ended their pilot of the outsourced Google Apps email system.

Peter Siegel, the University of California Davis chief information officer, sent a letter with support from senior staff to employees stating that the Gmail pilot�to supply 30,000 students and staff�would end before a full roll-out�across its entire network,�due to doubts�in keeping the students’ email and content secure and�private."

UC Davis scraps Gmail pilot: Privacy levels 'unacceptable' | ZDNet

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