Google+ comes up with a new way to infiltrate the Gmail inbox – Ars Technica


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Google+ comes up with a new way to infiltrate the Gmail inbox
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Google+ has been blurring a problematic number of lines lately. Recently, the service was named in violation of a restraining order, and Google announced that soon it would be possible for Google+ users to place e-mails in other users' inboxes without their 
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