Google’s stock fell more than 2% on Monday after the company announced it had shut down its Gmail service.
The company has been embroiled in controversy over its treatment of privacy and privacy-focused ads, which it says can be harmful to its users’ privacy.
The new service, Gmail Plus, will be a free alternative to the free service that Google offers to most Gmail users.
The service will also have a “top-level domain” that Google will use to target ads, Google said in a blog post.
It will not be able to collect your browsing history or the content of messages sent to you by other people, though it will offer to share them with third parties.
The announcement came amid a broader crackdown by Google on ad tech companies that it says are abusing the company’s ad network.
The tech giant said it had taken down about 500 ads that were misleading users.