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- On Wednesday, Google announced its consumer version of Google+ will officially shut down on April 2.
- On that date, Google+ accounts and pages will become inaccessible to users and content, including photos and videos from Album Archives, will begin to be deleted. Google says the deletion process may take some time.
- Google has encouraged users to download and save their content before it is deleted.
The end of Google+ is drawing nearer.
- One of the internet’s creators says there’s a potential of severe dangers from the ‘avalanche of devices’ on the network
- YouTube says it will soon recommend fewer conspiracy theory videos on its platform
- Microsoft’s search engine, Bing, is the latest website to be blocked under China’s strict online censorship rules