Google's social network, Google+, is shutting down following a data breach
Google said the network was designed in such a way that the data is kept only for two weeks, so it can't be sure how many people were affected by the vulnerability.
Google+ has always struggled with an engagement problem, with figures suggesting that nine in ten interactions people had with the service lasted no longer than five seconds.
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So we can expect more changes to G+ in the future and to see the product better tailored for enterprise users.