Google now accepts requests to delete  personal information

Google has added a form that users may submit to conceal pages that disclose things like phone numbers, home addresses,

Login credentials, personal photos, or photographs of identifying papers, according to an update to its search terms originally reported by Reuters.

"Google may delete personally identifiable information (PII) that poses a serious risk of identity theft, financial fraud, detrimental direct contact, or other specified damages," 

"Doxxing" is when your contact information is shared in a malicious manner.

Google stated that the results will not be automatically removed, and that there must be a clear or implicit danger of abuse in order for the request to be considered.

According to Reuters, Google's study has discovered an increasing amount of individually identifiable information on the internet

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