Google has blocked the application MigraKut used by Orkut users to migrate the site content to Facebook.
According to the creator of the tool, the Brazilian Rafael Zanoni, the blockade began between 16 and 17 June.Launched in March this year, Migrakut reached the milestone of 1 million users on June 14. When installed on Facebook, allow the application to transfer the Orkut albums to the social network created by Mark Zuckerberg. On Tuesday (5), Facebook had blocked a tool that enables users to export your contacts to Gmail. Facebook Exporter Called Friend, the program, which is an extension of the Chrome browser was used by users of social networking Google + to recreate your network of contacts.
However, Zanoni contends that Migrakut did not remove content from Orkut.
“The application copied and transferred the data to Facebook, so that the user had the photos on both networks. In addition, the tool was not automatic, since people needed to select the photos before the transfer, “he said. Google has also said that online tools so you can remove that each Internet user your data from any platform from Google.
“Google believes that the data entrusted to their platforms belong to users. In other words, Internet users have complete freedom to withdraw your information at any time, “the company said.