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Google’s SM and email services are no longer available in the UK.
That’s because the UK government, in order to protect its citizens’ privacy, banned all third-party services that provide bulk sms, bulk email, bulk SMS and bulk email attachments.
Google says the decision was made to protect users’ data from hackers and phishers who target Gmail, Google Voice, Google Docs and others services.
“Google is currently providing a secure and robust platform that we believe is secure for our users and the data they share,” a spokesperson told The Verge.
“We are working with the UK Government to ensure this continues.
We are currently working on an update to the service that will be available to users on October 21, 2019.”
While the decision has now been reversed, Google said it will continue to provide bulk SM and bulk SMS services.
The spokesperson said the UK has a number of laws in place that protect privacy.
“In the UK, we will continue providing services to UK residents, including bulk SMS, bulk SM, bulk Email and bulk Email attachments,” the spokesperson said.
“While we have been working closely with the government and other relevant authorities, we are not able to comment further at this time.”
Google also confirmed that it will stop providing bulk email services to businesses and organisations in the country.
The US government said it was also working to stop mass email spamming.
“As of October 1, 2018, the US Government will require companies to block all spam, phishing, and phishing bots from reaching their email addresses,” a government spokesperson told Business Insider.
“The new rule applies to companies, not individuals.”
The US Government is actively working with providers of email services in the US to block spam, bots, and other malicious communications.
Google, meanwhile, said it would work with UK authorities to ensure it remains compliant with privacy laws in the future.”
The Guardian reports that some email providers are also now taking measures to protect their users’ email, including blocking spam emails sent by phishing companies.”
Our plan is to continue to comply with the new law and work with our customers and providers to ensure that this is possible in the long run.”
The Guardian reports that some email providers are also now taking measures to protect their users’ email, including blocking spam emails sent by phishing companies.
Google is also working on improving its security on third-parties’ services.
Google said in March that it would be making a number security improvements to make sure it is more secure for its users.