How to Remove Personal Information from Google Search Results?

Google finally takes some steps to hide your personal information from online search results. The internet search giant has recently introduced new technologies where users can request that personal data such as phone numbers, email addresses, and even physical addresses be removed from search results. policies ve Vehicles published.

The company, owned by Alphabet, said in a previously published April in the blog poststated that in order for Google to remove their personal information from search results, users must show evidence of potential harm, such as doxxing (personal information gathering content) or identity theft. The good news is that you can now delete your information from these results for any reason and with just one click.

Danielle Romain, vice president of security at Google in the blog post “For many people, a key element of feeling safer and more private online is having more control over their sensitive, personally identifiable information,” he said.

Most importantly, not every request is guaranteed to be approved. The company cannot remove your personal data from search results if the information is newsworthy (for example, in a relevant news article), if it is on a government website or other official source.

It is important to note that when we receive removal requests, we will evaluate all content on the web page to ensure that we do not limit the availability of other widely useful information, for example in news articles.

Currently, all users can fill out the online form to submit a data deletion request. Google also announced a new tool where users who find their personal information in search results can request removal of that data with just a few clicks. However, this tool will be available in the coming months. The search giant said it wants to process all removal requests quickly and that decisions will be made through a combination of algorithmic tools and human monitoring of requests.

Removing Old Content from Google Search

by google from this link to the created page you can access. Then scroll down to “Request certain personal information to be removed from Google Search”. From here, you can access the form by clicking the “Request removal” button.

google personal information removal

You’ll now answer a series of questions about the type of personal information that appears in search results, the URLs of websites displaying the information, the search terms used to open those results in Google searches, and even screenshots of websites and search results. The form also asks if your personal information has been shared for “doxxing purposes”, contains obscene content or should be removed for legal reasons.

Of course, these new policies and tools are only about personal information that appears in search results. Google does not have the opportunity to completely remove your personal data from the internet. The company recommends that you contact the websites that host your information directly to request the removal of your information from these sites.

In 2014, the European Court of Justice ruled that search engines like Google should have the right to remove personal information for European internet users’ “right to be forgotten”.

Removing Images

The technology giant has also created a separate area for you to remove images from Google searches. Again can access the same page and click the “Request removal” button in the “Request to remove old images” section below.

Copy the link address of the image

  1. The image you want to remove images.google.comSearch in .
  2. Right-click the thumbnail of the image in the search results and copy link addressSelect .
    • Not: Different browsers may use different names to copy the link location.

Request removal from Google search results

  1. Below Request removalSelect .
  2. new demand > ImageSelect.
  3. Enter “Copy Link Address” URL from Image Search resultsSelect.
  4. Paste the link in the “Search results URL” box.
  5. SendSelect.

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