Showing posts from October, 2018

G+ Keeping Google Plus Secure with a penalty and punishments to pay for inappropriate behavior

To: Ben Smith  Dear Google Fellow and Vice President of Engineering. Our Privacy & Data Protection is a priority for us as users and consumers reviewed this security issue at G+ with consumer-like Me :), IT, business and expert alike, are looking at the type of data involved, whether we could accurately identify the users and a security solution to inform, whether there was any evidence of misuse data bridge, and whether there were any actions by other companies or a security developer or user could take in response and responsibility of its misuse of G+ product. None of these thresholds were met in this instance and no one has pay for it but us the consumer.  The connection engagement and communication at the G+ communities that we have built/created will affect the interaction with the right audience that we have communication with. The intention to connect business information and educate consumers about Google products and its technology will stop to a level. The