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Google Adds Security Feature For At-Risk Users To Lock Down Their Accounts

By editor 18 October 2017

Google is rolling out a fancy new security feature today that’s designed to protect users who face significant risk of having their accounts hacked—election and campaign officials, victims of intimate partner violence, and others seeking additional security. It’s called the Advanced Protection Program, and it’s designed to ensure that no one but you can access your Google tools like Gmail, Google Drive, and YouTube. Of course, locking down an account so carefully means sacrificing convenience—but Google says its worth it for some users.