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Google fixes Gmail issues, provides explanation

tincat7788 (1994248) writes | more than 3 years ago

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tincat7788 (1994248) writes "Remember the little freak accident caused by Google by some users woke up on Monday only to find their Gmail accounts emptied of all their messages? Well, it seems that Google has managed to identify the culprit responsible for the little incident, and has issued a statement describing what actually happened that day. On the plus side, the search giant has also assured users that no data was permanently wiped off the face of the virtual world.

Read on to find out more."

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