By Brendan Sasso - 02/01/12 06:49 PM EST
For its description of Hotmail, the company writes, "Join the hundreds of millions of people who enjoy not worrying about the content of their private emails being used to serve ads."
Google has come under fire since it announced last week it will consolidate the privacy policies of its various services into a single document.
The change allows Google to share user information between its services. Users could begin seeing advertisements in Gmail based on videos they watched on YouTube, for example.
But consumers and lawmakers have expressed alarm at the detailed information Google will be able to collect on its users.
--Updated at 2:38 p.m.