Google will give you free storage if you check your online security
Today is Safer Internet Day, an event dedicated to raising awareness about online safety and security.
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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.
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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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