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Google+ officially closed – Google+ Shutdown

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Google+ officially closed – Google+ Shutdown…

Current update as the social network Google+ officially stops its work and begins to delete data of more than 50 million users. The company announced its plans as early as last year, but began to execute, as promised , only on April 2, 2019.

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The service did not take on popularity and had several critical vulnerabilities in the API, which only accelerated the closing process, originally  scheduled  for August 2019. Google+ worked for 8 years, starting in 2011.

Earlier, the corporation was engaged in thorough preparation and preserved the digital history of posts. G Suite corporate clients will continue to use Google+ below. For this niche sector, the network will continue to evolve and be updated.

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