Tag: google+

Millions of users data leaked by browser extensions

From: Geekbots Now, a research report reveals that some popular browser extensions are collecting and even selling users data including a list of visited sites and photos that users have looked at. Most recently, security researchers found that a number of popular extensions were harvesting user data without consent. Not only...

New Security Warning Issued For Google’s 1.5 Billion Gmail And Calendar Users

Story by Davey Winder – Forbes Google’s Gmail email service is used by upwards of 1.5 billion people. The Google Calendar app, meanwhile, has been downloaded more than a billion times from the Play Store. Security researchers have this week warned that threat actors are exploiting the popularity of...

Need a Reason to Drop Google Chrome?

Google is planning to restrict modern ad blocking Chrome extensions to enterprise users only. This is despite a backlash to an announcement by Google in January proposing changes that will stop certain ad blockers from working efficiently. The proposal–dubbed Manifest V3–will see a major transformation to Chrome extensions that includes a...

Sun Sets on Google Plus

On February 1st, I received the official email from Google, that Google Plus will be turned off on April 2nd. I have been messing around with a couple of replacements, of sorts, and have been hanging out at the MeWe and Pluspora sites. They have pretty much replace both...

Google to shut down Google+

The Guardian – Google to shut down Google+ after failing to disclose user data leak. Company didn’t disclose leak for months to avoid a public relations headache and potential regulatory enforcement. This March, as Facebook was coming under global scrutiny over the harvesting of personal data for Cambridge Analytica, Google...