On Wednesday, Google announced that it is getting rid of the G Suite legacy free edition, “which allowed those that snuck in before 2012 to get free Google apps services tied to a custom domain rather than Gmail,” reports Android Police. Since a lot of people will be left “in the lurch” after the shutdown, attorneys at Chimicles Schwartz Kriner & Donaldson-Smith are opening an investigating into the matter for a potential class-action lawsuit. From the report: No lawsuit has been filed yet; the attorneys involved are just collecting information for a potential lawsuit in the future once all the facts are straight (and Google has had time to reconsider its actions). When we covered the original news of the legacy G Suite shutdown, it seemed unreasonable to us, because customers using those legacy accounts are unable to transfer purchases or things like grandfathered subscription discounts to new accounts. When

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