Tuesday was the long-awaited day when Google began deleting accounts from the Google+ social network before it was completely shut down. This purge includes Google+ profiles of high-performance Google artists whose photos and posts have been deleted along with everyone else. Among the list of Google+ profiles that disappeared from the public record on Tuesday are those belonging to Google co-founders Sergei Brin and Larry Page, current CEO Sundar Pichai, and former CEO Eric Schmidt.
A large part of these Google+ managers' accounts are stupid, including Brin jumping or Paragliding's favorite pancake recipe. These accounts, however, are also significant artefacts of Google's history, including insight into the company's decision-making process and important communications.
It's hard to see how much information is lost ̵
Lossing these profiles from the public view makes it much harder to get a clear idea of Google's past and keep the current management responsible for previous statements.
Removing Google+ Executive Accounts could have similar effects to the disappearance of Facebook posts by Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg, as was the first time reported by Business Insider last week. Now Zuckerberg's missing posts have included his remarks on important events in the company, such as the acquisition of Instagram.
Read more: Years of Mark Zuckerberg's old posts are gone.
Larry Page's leftover Google Page
Larry Page uses his Google+ page to announce the departure of key executives from the company, including the first Google business that has hired Omid Kordestani and his Chief Business Officer, Nikesh Arora.
About Arora, Paige writes, "I remember meeting him at the British Museum, which for some reason Sergei had decided to be a good place to interview." Nickescu was a huge leader, adviser and mentor to many Google employees – including myself We've learned a lot together and we had a lot of fun on the way
The page profile was deleted before Business Insider could take pictures of these posts, and the news of the detours of Cordestani and Arora was not mentioned in Google's corporate blog. 19659002] Another post from Paige that came in 2013 during his second term as CEO of Google, described the personal problems he faced with his vocal chords that influenced his speech for years and made him speak softly.
"Sergei says he probably I am a better CEO because I choose my words more carefully, "Paige wrote in the missing post, and other serious issues were also addressed in the Google+ profile on the page, including the company's position on the controversial monitoring program of the National Agency security, known but as PRISM (National Security Security Program). T  t
"We wanted to have the facts," Paige writes. "We have not joined any program that would give the US government – or any other government – direct access to our servers."
In particular, this post has been saved on Google's news site for the company.
Another post on the Page in 2014 showed that the executioner has supported government surveillance. Google announced for the first time that Google+ will be shut down last year after reports of security vulnerabilities that may leave user data exposed. In December, following reports of additional security vulnerabilities, it moved the date forward on April 2.
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