09 oct : news express 24 :-
Google company has decided to close Google Plus. On Monday, the company suddenly shouted ‘Google Plus’ by announcing the end of ‘NetCare’. The Facebook company ‘Google Plus’ was created seven years ago as a powerful alternative to Facebook’s growing popularity in social media. But the management did not succeed in evading people’s preferences. ‘Plus’ is the central center for all related work related to Google. However, for the last few months, the ‘plus’ was emphasized to provide services to customers by dividing the ‘Plus’.
The information was leaked out of five lakh Google Plus accounts with a specific bug. Google has given the information that the bug has been removed before Google Plus is closed. A US-based giant Internet company said it was the sunset for Google Plus users. There have to be a lot of confrontation from the creation of Google Plus to reach the people. Google Plus was designed as a user’s expectation. But just like Google Plus was not used. A Google company official said that the decision has been taken to close.
Google's social network, Google+ was announced by the tech giant to be shutting down over a reported failure to reveal a security issue that affected hundreds of thousands of accounts
— ANI Digital (@ani_digital) October 9, 2018
In March 2018, Google’s findings revealed that 5 million people had been stolen from Google Plus for confidential data. This data was starting to steal from 2015. Thereafter, Google’s Cyber Security Squad started working. A few days back, the cyber security team has cleared our work and now Google has given an explanation that the data on Google Plus is safe. But exactly how the data was stolen, but Google did not clarify which company was involved in data theft. So what’s the data of five lakh people stolen? This question is being expressed through social media.
Previously, a Google Plus profile was required to comment on Google’s product (s), YouTube, on the video footage. But they did not last long. Many of the suggestions were made by Google that it would be more convenient if all the Google operations were used for a single account.