The Big G was too embarrassed by yet another social network failure to flip the switch on their failing product Google Plus. They instead chose to strip it for parts after having inserted it into numerous other services. That unwinding was difficult and went on for years. Google discovered a security vulnerability that exposed the private data of up to 500,000 users way back in March 2018. It’s concerning that the main reason they’re talking about it 7 months later is because the New York Times was in the process of writing a story.
Funny But Not Funny
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