Report: Third-party app developers scan through your Gmail
A new report says Google allows third-party applications to scan the emails of some Gmail users. According to the Wall Street Journal, Google does little to police developers that gain access to inboxes by offering email-based services such as price comparisons or other tools. Google says it vets all the apps that request access to Gmail accounts and only grants access with the explicit consent of users. Wired editor-in-chief and CBS News contributor Nicholas Thompson joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss whether this is similar to the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica data scandal and what Google needs to do to make privacy settings clearer.