Google will aim Google Plus solely at enterprise users as it shuts down consumer access to its ailing social network over the next few months.
Google announced plans to discontinue Google Plus last week, following reports of a security flaw that exposed user data to third-party developers. The breach was discovered and patched by the company in March as part of an internal audit of privacy controls, dubbed Project Strobe. But the incident was not made public until recently.
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