Google denies accessing journalist’s email to spy on leakers

Google was accused of spying by TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington, a journalist, who accused the technology giant of breaking into his email account to know who was sending Arrington the emails of Google’s internal affairs.
 However Google denies the charge calling it “serious and unimaginable”. In a statement to Recode on Tuesday, Google General Counsel Kent Walker.said that although the terms of Service allowed the company to do so yet they had done no such spying on user. Arrington said that he had an accomplice inside Google who used to send him emails about what is happening inside Google. 
He was fired lately after shown an email mirror of Arrington’s account showing the former’s correspondence with Arrington. This could not have been possible without Google’s breaking into my account, said Arrington.

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