Following a privacy breach that leaked the details of 500,000 users, Google is shutting down the consumer version of Google+, their failed attempt at a social network. (Yes, yes… cue the “Google+ has 500,000 users?!” jokes.) Here’s the kicker: they never reported the breach because they were afraid of the repercussions. Just another reminder that big tech companies like Google and Facebook don’t really care about you. Via
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