Google Starts Deleting Social Network Accounts After 52 Million Users Thought Exposed To Privacy Bug | Forbes


Google+ never really emerged as the social network contender to beat the likes of Facebook and Twitter that Google had hoped it would be. Now, less than eight years after launching, Google+ has officially ceased to be. Google has stated that, starting today, content in Google+ consumer accounts will start being deleted. There are many reasons that could be plucked from the reasons for closure hat, not least that it was a wasteland rather than a thriving network, but the straw that broke this social camel’s back was actually a coding bug with user privacy implications.

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