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  2. Google Account - Wikipedia

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    A Google Account is a user account that is required for access, ... The U2F keys are used to provide two-step verification during login. One is for backup purposes ...

  3. Login - Wikipedia

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    A login page may have a return URL parameter, which specifies where to redirect back after logging in or out. For example, it is returnto= on this site. In the case of websites that use cookies to track sessions, when the user logs out, session-only cookies from that site will usually be deleted from the user's computer.

  4. Google Ads - Wikipedia

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    Google Ads Editor is a downloadable program that allows users to make bulk changes to ads and edit ads offline. It also allows users to see ad performance, like the dashboard. [non-primary source needed] Google Ads Manager Accounts (previously "My Client Centre (MCC)") allows users to manage multiple accounts from one login and dashboard.

  5. List of HTTP status codes - Wikipedia

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    Google Developers API uses this status if a particular developer has exceeded the daily limit on requests. Sipgate uses this code if an account does not have sufficient funds to start a call. Shopify uses this code when the store has not paid their fees and is temporarily disabled.

  6. QR code - Wikipedia

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    Website login. QR codes can be used to log into websites: a QR code is shown on the login page on a computer screen, and when a registered user scans it with a verified smartphone, they will automatically be logged in. Authentication is performed by the smartphone which contacts the server. Google tested such a login method in January 2012.

  7. ebook - Wikipedia

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    November – US District Judge Chin sides with Google in Authors Guild v. Google, citing fair use. The authors said they would appeal. December – Scribd launches the first public unlimited access subscription service for e-books. 2014. April – Kobo releases the Aura H₂0, the world's first waterproof commercially produced e-reader.

  8. Wikipedia:Village pump (technical) - Wikipedia

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    Click "[show]" next to each point to see more details. If something looks wrong, purge the server's cache, then bypass your browser's cache. This tends to solve most issues, including improper display of images, user-preferences not loading, and old versions of pages being shown.

  9. iCloud - Wikipedia

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    iCloud Keychain is a password manager developed by Apple that syncs passwords across devices and suggests secure ones when creating new accounts.. iCloud Keychain backups provide different security guarantees than traditional iCloud backups.