Google has recently been removing some of its environmental data from its online store, but a new update has taken the Google-owned Conda website offline.
The new update, published by Google India, removes the Condabond database and a few other data feeds.
Condabonds are a platform for data on Indian real estate.
The Conda site has been a popular place for people to purchase real estate in India.
However, the data from the Condapond database is still available for download and people can now find out where their homes are.
In the meantime, Google India is still accepting feedback from its users on how to delete data from their sites.
Conda says the database data will be permanently removed in the next few hours.
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