Google has deleted the Google+ profiles of Larry Page, Sergey Brin, and Sundar Pichai amid the Google+ shutdown — wiping away years of important company history3rd April 2019
Tuesday marked the long-promised day when Google began the process of deleting accounts from the Google+ social network ahead of its total shutdown. Included in this purge are the Google+ accounts of high-powered Google executives, whose photos and posts were wiped away alongside everyone else’s.
Among the list of Google+ accounts that vanished from the public record on Tuesday include those belonging to Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, current CEO Sundar Pichai, and former CEO Eric Schmidt.
Much of what was on those executives’ Google+ profiles are silly, including selfies of Brin skydiving or Page’s favorite pancake recipe. However, those profiles are also significant artifacts of Google’s history, including insight into its decision-making process and important company announcements.Read full story...