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Gmail Accidentally Resets 150,000 Accounts

February 28th, 2011 02:08 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


tsj5j writes “Many users have reported loss of their Gmail accounts, as they signed in to find their email accounts reset — losing years of email history. This appears to be a result of a bug which treats existing owners as new users. For those affected, Google is currently trying to resolve the problem. For the rest of us, perhaps this is a timely reminder to backup our data and be less trusting of the cloud.”

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