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After Facebook and Twitter, Google becomes the latest technology giant to have accidentally stored its users’ passwords unprotected in plaintext on its servers—meaning any Google employee who has access to the servers could have read them.

In a blog post published Tuesday, Google revealed that its G Suite platform mistakenly stored unhashed passwords of some of its enterprise users on

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