In response to a recent upgrade, users can now request that Google delete additional personally-identifying information from search results. People can already request that Google delete search results that contain personal information that could be used for identity theft or fraud, such as credit card numbers and bank account details, from their search engine results. In order to better serve you, we’ve included your contact information, which includes your email address, phone number, and physical address. Ask Google to Remove Search Results
Google will now remove search results that contain information that could be stolen, such as login IDs and passwords, from its search results. These results are not automatically removed from the database. The requester must give a list of URLs that lead to sensitive information as well as search sites that disclose the existence of those connections in order to be considered for the request. If they are removed, Google will determine whether doing so restricts access to information that is already in the public domain or whether they are part of something “generally helpful,” such as a news article.
Now Ask Google to Remove Search Results Containing Personal Information
Google may decide to remove the links from all search results or only those that contain your name based on the content and context of the link. While the corporation may agree to remove your information from search results, Chang points out that this does not necessarily guarantee that it will be erased from the internet. It is possible that someone will still find your information if they go to the website directly.