This Week in Tech is a new series we’re creating that will round up all of the Tech Headlines of that week. New articles will be released every Friday.
In this week’s roundup:
- EU Copyright Law rejected by EU Parliament
- Google says that third-party providers could read your Gmail
- Microsoft could be making a $400 Surface with less powerful specs
EU Copyright Law rejected by EU Parliament
Yesterday, A new Copyright law has been rejected by the European Parliament.
The new law, known as the Copyright Directive proposed a modernization of current Copyright Laws, similar to GDPR replacing the Data Protection Act.
Credit: The Verge
Google says that third-party providers could read your Gmail
Earlier on this week, Google confirmed that third party app developers could read emails in your Gmail inbox.
The practice is not against Google's privacy policies.
Microsoft could be making a $400 Surface with less powerful specs
Rumours are that Microsoft could be developing a $400 Surface laptop with much less powerful specs.
The rumours have been released by winfuture.de.