Purge - Purged Record

Purged Record

"Purging" is often used in relations to the removal or shredding of documents or records. These documents can be soft copy such as database records, files or software; or it can be hard copy such as physical files, printed documents, hard disks, etc.

In many countries, laws require certain records to be stored for a specific period (usually 7 years). They can be purged afterwards. Physical files are usually shredded.

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