Google Will Give You Free Storage If You Check Your Online Security
When you do a two-minute security checkup, the company will give you 2GB of free Google Drive storage.
Today is Safer Internet Day, an event dedicated to raising awareness about online safety and security.
And Google has a page outlining the company's commitment to Internet safety.
And guess what? You can get free stuff — well, free storage, to be precise.
If you use Google's services, you just have to complete a Security Checkup to add 2 more GB of space to your Google Drive.
You'll want to get that checkup done by Feb. 11, when the offer expires.
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