Google now allows you to remove your personal information

Google now allows you to remove your personal information

Google now allows you to remove your personal information from web searches, so you must immediately take this action.

Google has made it possible for users to regain their privacy and have personal data or objectionable images removed from search results.

Currently, the business is handling requests to remove data from search results.

Go to Google's removal request form and fill out the survey to have your information removed from searches.

What kind of information should be removed is a question on the form.

These include personally identifiable information, pornographic images, material from a website that engages in "exploitative removal practices," or representations of minors.

Additionally, the business is reaffirming its opposition to falsified pornography, also known as "deepfake porn," and will take action to remove it upon user request.

Google will automatically send you a confirmation email after you submit a request to have any kind of image or information removed.

Internal review of the request determines whether the information is relevant to the public or newsworthy.

Google states that in order to process requests, they might need more details.