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Microsoft Spoofs Google’s Invasiveness With ‘Gmail Man’ Ad [VIDEO]


As Gmail users know, the Google webmail service tracks every word you type and read, and then uses the information they gather in targeted advertisements — making for sometimes useful and sometimes eerie invasions of privacy.

The folks at Microsoft had some fun with their rival’s snooping in this video spoof about  a “Gmail Man” — a flesh-and-blood mailman who opens and reads your letters before he delivers them.

Check out the tongue-in-cheek attack below:

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