Google Deleting Inactive Accounts December 1st
Google will be deleting all unattended accounts from Google’s platform, including all Photos, Drive documents, Contacts, E-mails and Calendar entries on December 1st. Inactive accounts often pose higher security risks due to several reasons such as outdated passwords and lack of 2FA (Two-Factor Authorization). By removing these accounts, Google aims to reduce the potential risks associated with them, including unauthorized access, identity theft, and misuse of personal information. Google’s inactivity policy is only applicable to users with a personal account, so it does not apply to users with school or commercial accounts.
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