This screen grab taken from Google Earth shows the main page of the satellite imaging tool. (AP Photo)
This screen grab taken from Google Earth shows the main page of the satellite imaging tool. (AP Photo)
This screen grab taken from Google Earth shows the main page of the satellite imaging tool. (AP Photo)

(Time) – Google is awarding 2GB of extra space on Google Drive to users who complete a Security Checkup within the next week as part of a broader push to secure customer accounts.

The security checkup, announced on Tuesday as part of Safer Internet Day, ensures that account recovery information is current in case Google detects suspicious activity on a user’s account.

It also helps users review sign-in activity to make sure only the right people are using an account, and confirms the apps that can access a particular Google account.

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