On Monday, Google announced that it would be shutting down Google+ four months early in April 2019 after another bug was discovered.
The company said 52.5 million users were affected by this issue, which exposed information including names, email addresses, occupations, and ages, between November 7 and November 13.
Between 2015 and 2018, Google+ had a similar bug, which Google announced in October.
It prompted the company to plan to shut down the social network in August 2019.
After The Wall Street Journal reported in October that Google accidentally exposed the private information of hundreds of thousands of Google+ users over three years, you might not feel so comfortable having a Google+ account anymore, even though Google plans to shut down the social network.
Google said it has fixed the bug and will begin contacting those whose information has been compromised.