That Google account you haven’t checked in years might be getting wiped this week.
Beginning Friday, Google is moving ahead with its plan to delete accounts that have been inactive for at least two years.
The company announced the new policy back in May, saying it’s intended to prevent security risks: Internal findings show older accounts are more likely to rely on recycled passwords and less likely to employ up-to-date security measures like two-step-verification, making them far more vulnerable to issues like phishing, hacking and spam.
Google has been sending warnings
→ Continue reading at CNN - Business News