Use the gsutil iam ch command to give a specific email address permission to read and write objects in your bucket:
gsutil iam ch user:email@example.com:objectCreator,objectViewer gs://my-awesome-bucket
The command is successful if no error is returned.
Now someone else can put things into and view what's in your bucket.
To remove this permission, use the command:
gsutil iam ch -d user:firstname.lastname@example.org:objectCreator,objectViewer gs://my-awesome-bucket
You have removed the user's access to this bucket.
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