With Google’s new social network service Google+ still in its beta development and invitation only stage new features are being daily to the service. Todays update brings with it new privacy options which allows you to now hide your Google+ account from prying eyes and the Google Exec, and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg seemed to have wasted no time pressing the button.
A few days ago viewing the list of top heavy weight users within Google+ listed Zuckerberg at number one, with the most number of followers, even more than the Google Exec’s Sergey Brin and CEO Larry Page. Now unfortunately all parties are now absent from the list and wasted no time implementing the new privacy feature.
The addition of the privacy features is a good move by Google and other features now added to the new service include gender privacy and a new Google+ address book import feature that will be rolling out later this week.
Source: IBTFiled Under: Technology News