Google May Have Mislead “Local Guides” about Reward Program E-mail
November 08, 2018

Google allegedly mislead crowd sources of the rewards program and began charging them for storage. 

Google allegedly enlisted millions of individuals around the world to enhance the quality of its products through “crowdsourcing,”  “the practice of obtaining information input into a task or project by enlisting the services of a large number of people, either paid or unpaid, typically Via the Internet.” Google promised Local Guides who achieved “Level 4 status” a free terabyte of data storage but then charged $10 per month beyond the two-year period to maintain access to their stored data.

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