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Google accidentally shared your cloud video backups with strangers

Are you paranoid someone is watching the content you store in the cloud? You might be onto something. Google accidentally shared archives of some people’s videos with other Photos users for a brief period of time last year. Yesterday, the company began alerting users that a “technical issue” in Google Takeout...
Are you paranoid someone is watching the content you store in the cloud? You might be onto something. Google accidentally shared archives of some people’s videos with other Photos users for a brief period of time last year. Yesterday, the company began alerting users that a “technical issue” in Google Takeout — an app that lets you download backups of your data from other Google software — caused videos stored in Photos to be “incorrectly exported” to other people’s archives, 9to5Google reports. For the record, the Big G insists the issue solely affected users requesting Takeout exports between November 21 and… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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