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Google initially planned to shut down the Google Plus service in August of this year, but a vulnerability exposed in October last year led to the exposure of more than 500,000 people using the site between 2015 and March 2018, so Google decided to speed down the Google+ Process.
At the Google Next conference in San Francisco, the company officially announced Currents and said it wouldcloud serviceExpanded to Salt Lake City and Seoul, South Korea, and the Android smartphone will become the security key for two-factor authentication.
According to Google, Currents allows users to easily tag their posts and attach images or other files that others can comment on. Administrators can submit requests to access the beta by sending a message to email@example.com.