Google News, one of the most popular search engines, has updated its database and database system features to stop deleting data.
The news aggregator announced that the database and system will now delete deleted data if it’s no longer needed.
The feature was first announced back in May and was supposed to be a beta test of a feature which Google has been testing for some time now.
Users are now being encouraged to manually delete data from the system if it no longer exists.
Users can now delete their databases and database backups by selecting them from the Settings menu, or by using the Delete Database option.
This feature was only introduced to the database for the first time in October.
This is the first major update to Google News for quite some time, and Google has had a long history of updating its systems.
The Google News team said in a blog post: Google has long been a company dedicated to delivering the best experience to our users, and this update brings a number of features and enhancements to our site to help our users manage and protect their data.
This includes the ability to automatically delete deleted items, including the ones that you’ve created, the deletion of personal information, and the deletion or restoration of data.
If you’d like to learn more about the database update, you can read our article on the latest changes to Google’s data protection policy.