Google is moving from words to action and starting mass removals of inactive IDs, as it has previously announced. We try to warn the owners of the tokens before deleting the account.
Google is soon going to clean up millions of unused passwords from its Gmail and Drive services.
In December, the company will start deleting accounts that have been inactive for more than two years, TechSpot news. In practice, all data on such accounts will be destroyed.
The company promises that the user will receive several warnings before the deletion. In addition, the matter will also be communicated to the e-mail address provided for account recovery.
The use of other Google services while logged in, such as watching videos from YouTube or downloading applications, is also counted as user account activity.
Google emphasized that it is about the activity of a certain account, not whether it is used on a certain device.
Depreciations also only apply to inactive private user accounts. The accounts of end users of schools and workplaces using Google services will not be touched.