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Signing into a third-party service with your Google account usually does give Google services access to activity on that account. This is useful to the end user mostly on social services by allowing you to easily share activity on Google+. By default, your posted activity in apps you've signed into with Google is visible to everyone in your circles on G+. ...
I once closed or disabled my Google+ and next time I wanted to log in to Stackexchange I got a weird message about missing Google+ and it wanted me to activate it again. So if you close your Google+ you will probably not be allowed to use OpenID until you activate it again. At least that's what happened to me. This was a while ago so Google might have ...
Yes. See specification: http://openid.net/specs/openid-attribute-exchange-1_0.html#attribute-value-definition OpenID Attribute Exchange can be used to transfer any kind of data. If the data contains newlines, is not a UTF-8 string or it is so desired by the parties transferring the data, the data MUST be encoded to a UTF-8 string without newlines.
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