Google+ users have been tweeting and sharing news, memes, and other images since late June.
In some cases, the sharing of images has been a way for people to express their personal feelings about a topic.
A few examples include:#GoogleGoggles,#googlecast,#Google+ Hangouts.
#Goggles #googlecast pic.twitter.com/VZjQVYZJXZ — Steve (@stevebryant) June 16, 2018A Google+ user named Steve Bryant shared a series of photos that included a Google+ streamer.
Bryant was tweeting about Google+ to his Google+ followers.
In other cases, images of Google+ posts have been shared by Google+ employees.
The account @SophieBryant shared a photo of her and a Google engineer on a conference call, as well as a Google logo.
The two shared an email with a Google employee, who then posted the email on Twitter.
A Google spokesperson told the Huffington Post that the company is working with Google+ and Google+ News to make sure their community policies are aligned with those of the platform.
The spokesperson added that “We’re committed to building a great, vibrant, and diverse community, and we’re looking into ways to help prevent harassment.”
The spokesperson also said that Google+ has a policy against sharing personal information, and the company will continue to monitor its policies and processes to make it harder for harassment and abuse to occur.
Google+’s search engine has also been criticized for allowing users to share images of themselves on the platform with the caption “#googlecast.”
Users have also shared their personal Google+ pictures on other sites, including Twitter.