Google will begin deleting inactive accounts of Russians in December

Google is going to launch the process of deleting inactive user accounts for Gmail, Photos, Drive and other services from December 1st. This was reported by the 9to5Google portal.

This measure is aimed at freeing up space on the company’s servers and increasing data security. Users who haven’t signed in to their accounts for two years may lose access to mail, photos, documents, and information in the Google cloud.

The company did not specify when the removal process would begin, but warned that it could begin as early as December 1, 2023 and continue into 2024. Before this happens, Google will notify users more than once that they need to activate their accounts to prevent them from being deleted. In this case, the letters will be sent not only to unused mail, but also to the reserve one.

To maintain access to your account, you need to perform any action related to your Google account. You can send an email, view or upload a photo, and create or open a file in Drive.

Earlier it was reported that Google’s neural network considered a NASA photo from the American lunar mission to be a fake. Read more about this in material Public News Service.

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