The idea of using Google’s automated anti-virus software to block malware has been around for a long time, and it’s been around a long, long time.
But Google recently took a step forward with a service that could use that same software to help it protect itself from malicious software.
The company said it’s making a service called CloudProtect, which would allow users to buy a service, install it on their computer, and then use it to protect themselves from malicious files.
The service would be free to use, and would also have an “unlimited lifetime” of protection.
The cloud protection service would also allow the user to opt out of CloudProtect if they wanted to, but not if they didn’t want CloudProtect.
It would also include a way to delete any files that CloudProtect has already collected.
The idea is to create a new service where the user pays for it, but they get access to CloudProtect’s database and the software.
CloudProtect would be available for $9.99 per month, which is less than the free version, and the service will also be available on Windows and Linux.
Google has been working on CloudProtect for a while, and has previously announced plans to use CloudProtect in the enterprise.
Google said in its announcement of Cloud Protect that it was looking for a service to protect its business by giving users control over their data and by preventing unauthorized access to the data.
Google’s announcement also said that Cloud Protect would be powered by the open source, open source code.
The plan, however, isn’t the only one Google is working on with its cloud security technology.
Google is also working on a separate service called Google Cloud Protection for Business, and said it would offer similar features.
The project is still in the early stages, but Google has also been working with security researchers and security researchers from around the world to try to create an alternative to Cloud Protect.
Google also announced earlier this week that it will open-source its cloud services and its technology in an effort to improve security for both its users and for its customers.