Google to shutter Google+ following undisclosed privacy breach

According to a report out this morning, “hundreds of thousands” of users of Google+ had their data exposed to third-party developers back in March. The company decided not to disclose the breach “because of fears that doing so would draw regulatory scrutiny and cause reputational damage,” the WSJ reports. Half a million profiles. In the …

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