Google+ to be killed after bug exposed up to 500,000 accounts

As many as 438 third-party applications may have accessed the flawed software.
0:21 | 10/08/18

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Transcript for Google+ to be killed after bug exposed up to 500,000 accounts
Tonight Google is being accused of failing to disclose a security flaw the Wall Street Journal now reporting to company waited six months. Two revealed at the personal data of up to 500000. Google+ users. Have been exposed it was caused by a bug in their social network. The company says there's no evidence the data was misused but following the report Google announced it is shutting down Google+.

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