You may remember the story involving a mistakenly emails bank document and a suit against Google..well a lot has happened since then. The bank successfully
sued Google, and the judge actually ordered Google to close the entire Gmail account
(and the fucktard score here is?....anyone?). So anyway, Google closes the account, deletes the offending email, and through an agreement with the bank, reopens the account. Now the bank is shouting from the hilltops that the email was never opened...well hip-hip-hooray for that....
The confidential email at the heart of a roundabout US lawsuit against Google was never opened, according to the bank that accidentally sent the missive to the wrong Gmail account.
This summer, according to court documents, an unnamed employee with the Wyoming-based Rocky Mountain Bank was asked by a customer to send some loan documents to a Gmail account used by a third party. But the employee mistakenly sent them to different Gmail account, along with another confidential file packed with the names, addresses, tax IDs, and loan info for 1,325 of the bank's customers.