In the early days of the internet, when there was a chance that you might be hacked, you might have tried to hide it by simply using a different account.
But as time has passed, the sheer size of the world’s data has made it more difficult to keep track of your data and you’re now left to rely on a combination of apps, websites and social media accounts.
The main apps are all free, but there are also some paid services like Google+ and Twitter which offer you the ability to pay for your data.
If you’re wondering how you can keep your Google Account, it’s not easy to get around the new rules that were put in place.
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