If you use Google Docs you could find yourself locked out of your files. If you use it for work or school this ould have negative consequences. You may not be able to get things you really need. It’s important to have backups of really important documents. Don’t rely on technology since there are occasionally problems with it. You wouldn’t want your job or education to suffer because of this problem. Google Docs is normally very helpful, though.
- According to reports, many Google Docs users are receiving an error message stating that they’ve violated the company’s terms of service and consequently are getting locked out of their files.
- Rachel Bale, a wildlife reporter for National Geographic, tweeted on Tuesday that Google actually froze one of her stories in progress.
- Google attributed the glitch to an incorrect code push but that a fix was now in place for users to have full access to their work.
“Imagine you’re working on a Google Doc when, seemingly out of nowhere, your ability to edit the online file gets revoked. What you see instead is an error message indicating that you’ve violated Google’s terms of service”