In a bid to help save the internet, Google is rolling out new Google Chrome extensions, including one that lets you slide a picture of a dog onto a slide.
But the move has also drawn criticism from animal rights activists.
As a result, we have decided to remove the new slide-sharing extension from Chrome and to remove it from Google’s developer store.””
The company has an obligation to protect its users’ privacy and to not sell their data without their permission.
As a result, we have decided to remove the new slide-sharing extension from Chrome and to remove it from Google’s developer store.”
It comes after a string of leaks about the use of Google slides in other products.
In May, a group of tech writers called on Google to make its slides public.
The group, which includes The Verge’s David Graham and TechCrunch’s Adam Bain, said that slides should be made available to developers so users can “use them as a way to discuss or critique the content they are reading”.
Google said it would also add a “new slide sharing tool” for the developer community, but it did not say whether the extension would be available as a paid product.
Google’s slide-sorting service is called SlideShare, and it allows users to choose from a “large range of high-quality, interactive slides”.
The Google slide-share service was announced in August and is meant to be “the best way to discover and share content that interests you”, the company wrote in a blog post at the time.
It was launched by Google to allow users to see what their friends were sharing.
It currently has about 2.4 million active users, but the company aims to increase its numbers by “100 times in the next few months”.
The company also said it planned to improve the way its slide-sharing service works with Google+, which “removes the need for the user to log in to see the slides”.
“Google+ allows us to add more and more great content to the platform, including our own slides,” the company added.
This article was amended on 14 March 2017 to clarify that the slide-splitting service is not yet available for purchase.