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Google has introduced a new social networking service that will allow users to communicate status updates, photos and links, The New York Times reports. The Google+ project will initially be available to a "select group" of Google users, according to the article, who will then be able to extend the network by inviting friends and groups into the network. Though many of the features will be similar to Facebook, Google's site is engineered to allow small groups to share information without sharing updates with all of an individual's friends. "In real life, we have walls and windows, and I can speak to you knowing who's in the room," says a Google representative, "but in the online world, you get to a 'Share' box and you share with the whole world...We have a different model." (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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