Do you still trust Google? | The Tylt
In early October, The Wall Street Journal revealed data from hundreds of thousands Google+ accounts were exposed from 2015 to March 2018, something Google knew but failed to notify users about. Google says there was no evidence of nefarious activity, thus no need to notify the public. But an internal memo revealed another motive: avoiding “regulatory scrutiny” and “reputational damage.” Some users feel betrayed by what they see as Google’s negligence; others argue the company was under no legal requirement to notify users of the breach. Did Google betray its users?
Do you still trust Google?
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