I recently set a powerpoint presentation for a client via GMail.
The attachment was too big and was stored to Google Drive.
I thought nothing of it.
What is stored at Google Drive is not my powerpoint presentation, nor indeed, any powerpoint.
What arrived with the customer is not the presentation I sent.
I have several issues
How do I prevent this happening ever again? I want to attach my work to my emails and send it to clients. That is my whole story.
As a result of this mix up, my client refuses to pay. It is only $1,500. I would like Google to compensate me for my loss.
Clearly Google has analyzed the contents of my attachment, an entirely private matter between myself and my client. I do not recall, at any time, giving Google permission to alter the contents of my email, and I am pretty sure that Haliburton (the client) and the government of Trinidad (the recipient) did not either. What can I/we do? Can I/we sue?