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Minimob attends @ London Affiliate Conference, UK

The London Affiliate Conference is taking place on the 6th – 9th February 2019 at ExCeL, London. LAC 2019 will attract over 5,200 delegates to London for four days of networking and learning. Returning to London for it’s 13th year in a row, LAC 2019 will prove to be the biggest edition yet.

Minimob is already booking meetings at events@minimob.com!

Have you booked yours?

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Minimob attends @ POCKET GAMER Connects & POCKET GAMER Mobile Games Awards, London UK

Pocket Gamer Connects in London, UK  and Pocket Gamer Mobile Games Awards on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of January brings together representatives of key players from across the ecosystem – the marketplaces, the triple-A publishers, the indie developers, the tool makers and the analysts.

Minimob is attending both and meetings are being booked already.

Hurry up and book yours at  events@minimob.com!

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Reminder; Minimob exhibits @ Madrid Mobile Summits, Spain

Spain and Mobile go side by side, as Spain is one of the most significant players in Europe concerning mobile, with the number of growing mobile and mobile advertising companies to be rising. The home of all the biggest international and Spanish brands, advertisers and publishers is Madrid.

Minimob is attending the MMS on November the 13th.

If you want to be a part too ask us for the discount code to get 40€ discount on all tickets.

Email us at  events@minimob.com to arrange a meeting with our team!

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Google+ social network closes for the public, will remain open for businesses @ Business of Apps

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Google’s failed Facebook challenger, Google+, has been closed to the public after a security bug left user data open to hackers; but Google will revamp the service for businesses.

Google says around 500,000 users were affected by the bug, while a report from The Wall Street Journal claims the company knew about the bug in March, but chose not to inform the public.

Google says the breach was not serious enough to inform its users, and that none of the none of the data requisites had been met. However, the WSJ report says Google was concerned over a scandal to rival Facebook’s involvement with Cambridge Analytica.

In a blog post, Google writes:

“We discovered and immediately patched this bug in March 2018. We believe it occurred after launch as a result of the API’s interaction with a subsequent Google+ code change. We found no evidence that any developer was aware of this bug, or abusing the API, and we found no evidence that any Profile data was misused.”

The task of shutting down Google+ will take 10 months and is scheduled to be complete in August 2019. Google will start letting users know how to download their data soon. However, it will keep the enterprise side of Google+ active for businesses, and will launch new features around this soon.

Source: Business of Apps