Goodbye, Google+ — Nicholas C. Rossis

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Google+, Google’s answer to Facebook, announced a few days ago in a simple blog post that the company will be “sunsetting consumer Google+.” Almost hidden within talk of Project Strobe (a sort of audit for third-party apps and data privacy) was this simple declaration: We are shutting down Google+ for consumers. The decision seems to […]

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