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01.31.19
Google+ will bid users farewell on April 2nd
01.31.19

Google+ will bid users farewell on April 2nd

The enterprise version will continue to live on, though.

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12.10.18
Another Google+ data bug exposes info for 52.5 million users
12.10.18

Another Google+ data bug exposes info for 52.5 million users

Google will shut the service down in April of 2019 instead of August as initially planned.

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10.12.18
Goodbye Google+, you beautiful, squandered opportunity
10.12.18

Goodbye Google+, you beautiful, squandered opportunity

We’re all more ready for a "Facebook killer" than ever.

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10.09.18
Google+ is dead, but its legacy lives on
10.09.18

Google+ is dead, but its legacy lives on

Far from a failure, the social network gave us Hangouts and Photos.

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10.09.18
The worst part about the Google+ security flaw was the silence
10.09.18

The worst part about the Google+ security flaw was the silence

500,000 user profiles is a drop in the ocean, but Google should still have told us.

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10.08.18
Google is shutting down Google+ following massive data exposure
10.08.18

Google is shutting down Google+ following massive data exposure

The company has admitted that user engagement on the service was low.

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10.08.18
Google exposed data for hundreds of thousands of users
10.08.18

Google exposed data for hundreds of thousands of users

The company also didn’t tell users about the exposure.

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08.23.18
Google removes accounts tied to Iran-led misinformation campaign
08.23.18

Google removes accounts tied to Iran-led misinformation campaign

It took down YouTube channels, Google+ accounts and blogs on Blogger.

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02.06.18
Google+ for Android gets rebuilt for the few that still use it
02.06.18

Google+ for Android gets rebuilt for the few that still use it

It looks the same, but will allow the Google+ team to build new features 'on a modern tech stack.'

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