Google didn’t reveal a data breach on its Google+ website in March that exposed names, email addresses, birth dates, profile photos, and gender of 500,000 people. There’s a way to check if you have an account.
Google didn’t reveal a data breach on its Google+ website in March that exposed names, email addresses, birth dates, profile photos, and gender of 500,000 people. There’s a way to check if you have an account. Wikimedia Commons
Google didn’t reveal a data breach on its Google+ website in March that exposed names, email addresses, birth dates, profile photos, and gender of 500,000 people. There’s a way to check if you have an account. Wikimedia Commons

Did that Google+ leak put your information at risk? Here’s how you can check

October 08, 2018 03:31 PM