Google+ is officially deleting consumer data starting April 2nd


By Dani Deahl - Posted at The Verge:
Better start downloading your data
Last October, Google announced plans to shut down Google+ for consumers after a security flaw exposed users’ profile data. Shortly after, Google+ had another data leak, prompting Google to fast-track the shutdown for its social network, moving the deadline up four months to April 2019. Now, Google has formally released the timeline for how and when Google+ will go away.

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Editor's Note: I will no longer be posting to Google+ since it's being phased out. Please follow at Twitter or through Blogger. Thank you! AW

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