Kyle Bradshaw reports:
If you were a member of Google Plus before it shut down last year, odds are you got an email informing you that a class action lawsuit against Google has been settled.
Back in 2018, Google+ was delivered a deadly blow when it was discovered that a privacy flaw allowed any third-party developer to obtain private data from any user profile. Within months, the service was preparing to shut down, and as reported by Ars Technica, a class action lawsuit was filed against Google for their alleged “law approach” to the security of Google+ data.
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