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You can now ask Google to remove links about you
Yes, but not on this site. I want to report content that is abusive of minors. If you want to remove a photo, profile link, or webpage from Google Search results, you usually need to ask the website owner webmaster to remove the information. Help Center Google Search. Was this article helpful?

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Remove information from Google

The information I want removed is: No, how do I do that? I want to remove Contact information, like a phone number, email address, or username A nude or sexually explicit picture or video of myself A fake nude or sexually explicit picture or video of myself A government-issued ID number A bank account or credit card number An inappropriate, malicious, or spammy site A pornographic site that contains a full name or business name An image of my handwritten signature Content that should be removed for other legal reasons.

Are you or someone you are authorized to represent in the images or videos and are you nude or are they otherwise sexually explicit? Have you ever consented to the distribution of the images or videos? Yes, but not on this site. Are you or someone you are authorized to represent in the fake images or videos, and are you nude or are they otherwise sexually explicit? Have you ever consented to the distribution of the fake images or videos?

Select the nation which issued the ID: Select the type of ID shown: Passport Driver's license Social security number Other. I want to report content that is abusive of minors. Does the page contain pornographic content? The EC ruled that you can ask for Google to stop linking to anything that's "inadequate, irrelevant or no longer relevant, or excessive in relation to the purposes for which they were processed.

The landmark privacy decision by the European Union Court of Justice arose from a number of cases brought by the Spanish data protection authority in , such as one involving auction notices for a house that had been repossessed, which the former owner felt infringed his privacy. When you submit the links you want removed, Google says it will "assess each individual request and attempt to balance the privacy rights of the individual with the public's right to know and distribute information.

A committee of experts will make the judgements, with members including Luciano Floridi , professor of philosophy and ethics of information at the University of Oxford. In a statement provided to CNET by Google, Floridi called the move "an exciting initiative, which will probably require some hard and rather philosophical thinking.

To stop wrong 'uns attempting to whitewash their past, Google pledges to consider "whether there's a public interest in the information -- for example, information about financial scams, professional malpractice, criminal convictions or public conduct of government officials. To ask for links to be removed, you have to supply the URL and explain how the links in question relate to you. To finalise a request, you must provide your name, contact email address, and a scan of some photo ID.

The form also allows you to make a request on behalf of someone else, allowing spouses, lawyers and other associates to ask for links about someone else to be removed. If Google approves your request and removes the links in question, they'll disappear from results in Google sites across the EU. Be respectful, keep it clean and stay on topic.


For all those people who find it more convenient to bother you with their question rather than search it for themselves. Google is your Friend Someone thinks you're too lazy to use Google before asking a question. Now someone is tired of answering stupid questions and sent you a link to this site to point out that you can easily find the answer yourself. If you want to remove a photo, profile link, or webpage from Google Search results, you usually need to ask the website owner (webmaster) to remove the information. Why contact the webmaster?