People have taken to the internet because their thing that they like that no-one else does is being shut down for being rubbish and threatening their personal data and the like.
A petition on popular echo chamber Change.org is beseeching Google to keep on the official floggers-of-the-dead-horse that is Google+, for the benefit of the few agoraphobic dwellers of the baronies and fiefdoms within.
At present, the anti-social-social-network is on death row, with a chair date of August 2019. The framework of Google+ will remain for GSuite users who wish to build private or internal networks of a Yammer-come-Sharepoint nature.
So far 31,000 have signed the petition, each with a story of how they know its absolute bobbins but they go there anyway.
"It's garbage", one user told SlashGear. "But it's our garbage".
The garbage isn't just being tossed out because it isn't being used, but because Google discovered a significant security flaw that, if exploited, would have given hackers access to literally tens of users data.
Thousands of people took to the streets of Moscow and two other cities on Sunday to rally against tighter internet restrictions, in some of the bigge;
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