Hidden Google Docs danger | Page 2 | Komando.com. For lawyers who use Word or WordPerfect, the revision history, authors, dates, times and other metadata stored in their documents is a ripe area for breach of client confidentiality. While Kim Komando oversimplifies the risk of Google Docs and its Draftback Chrome extension, she highlights a security risk that every lawyer needs to understand.She also calls herself a Goddess, and I have a thing for Goddesses. I even married one. I try never to send a document that hasn't been converted to PDF/A, and, even PDF has to be cleansed of metadata if you want to be certain there is no information stored that is invisible. In WordPerfect this is simple. Just click File,Publish to PDF, right click General Options, and remove the author and other data. However, the best solution is the one suggested by Sharon Nelson and John Simek in their excellent article about metadata, at Metadata., in which they suggest an inexpensive software program that removes metadata from email attachments.