Back in October, Google announced they’d shutting down their failed social network, Google+, by August 2019. But that date has been moved up to April 2019 after a bug was discovered that exposed the private info of 52.5 million users to app developers. In addition, all Google+ APIs will be shut down within the next 90 days.
If you’d like to delete your Google+ account before the official shut down — and you probably should because who still uses Google+ these days? — follow these instructions.
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