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Another possibility is that you (ie your account) gave him permission to send emails on your behalf, which you need to revoke. (It's unlikely to be only this, if he is able to change your profile picture too, but this is worth checking too.) How to control who can send emails on your behalf: Log into gmail.com Choose Settings from the Options gear-wheel ...


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Not sure how one could "add account details" to another account. It sounds as though your friend is using your account, because you didn't log out from your Gmail account at his computer. Provided you can still login to your account from your own computer, you can execute a "remote logout" (for details, see the Gmail blog): Scroll to the bottom of your ...


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It is happening because it is loading ads based on your history and locations, from the nearest CDN. Install an adblocker to solve the problem.



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