In the last week, Google reported that its database of user data breached by a group calling itself Guardians of Peace breached its servers, which included credit card numbers, passwords, shipping address and home address of its users.
The breach was discovered on the weekend.
The company said the breach did not affect the personal information of its customers, and the breach was not directly linked to a specific person.
Google said the data breach had not impacted its business, but that it had not had any reports of data security breaches.
However, in a blog post this week, it said that the breach could be linked to an earlier incident involving a group called “The Guardians of Silence”.
The Guardian of Silence group is one of a handful of groups that regularly target journalists and journalists’ organisations in an attempt to silence them.
Google reported the breach in March 2017.
The Guardian group was behind a similar breach in the US in March 2018, and it was later revealed that some of the information stolen was used in the breach.
In June 2018, Google said that it was working to address the breach by adding safeguards to its data collection.
It also added that the breaches were the result of a deliberate breach.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai told the Wall Street Journal that it is still unclear what the extent of the breach is, and how the group is linked to the previous breach.
“We are working to determine how we can best share the full scope of the data breaches in our systems and to prevent them from happening again,” Pichae said.
In a statement, Google wrote that it would be “making an announcement soon on the status of our data breach investigation and recovery efforts”. ®