Legacy Google+ APIs have been shut down as of March 7, 2019
Google has officially started the process of shutting down and deleting all consumer accounts on its Google+ social network platform. The first vulnerability of the platform, which was kept secret for months, prompted Google to decide it was time to close Google+ permanently. A second vulnerability led to the company to accelerate shutdown plans by four months, by stating the service will meet its end in April instead of August.
As a result of the Google+ API and digital footprint of Google+ accounts is also being taken down, DigitalStakeout will be removing support from integrated protection of Google+ assets in the DigitalStakeout Scout platform.
For more information about the shutdown, please https://developers.google.com/+/api-shutdown. If you are a DigitalStakeout subscriber and have a question as a result of this change, please open a support ticket at the DigitalStakeout portal. Otherwise, no action on DigitalStakeout subscribers is needed.