Google found a security breach concern and hence closing Google+ for consumers.
A software bug has been found that allowed developers to enter private profile data of over 500,000 users.
According to Google, there is no such confirmation of developers knowing this bug. It has also been found that no data has been misused.
The bug was found in March 2018.
Google+ Could Not Perform on Expectations
Google accepts that Google+ did not perform on expectations and thus could not get wide consumer or developer adoption since its inception.
As told, Google brought to light about the key points of non-performance and said: “90 percent of user sessions lasted less than 5 seconds.”
Once, Google made all efforts for the adoption of Google+, using its data to personalize search results on the basis of what a user’s connections have +1’d.
The social media product of Google will shut down in the next 10 months that means by the next August.
More information about the topic can be fetched over the coming months.