Remove Sites with Personally Identifiable Information

In 2022, Google announced a set of policies that allow people to request the removal of certain content from search engine results pages including highly personal content that can cause direct harm.

This is generally referred to as personally identifiable information including physical addresses, phone numbers, certain photos, and e-mail addresses (as well as a list of other items Google considers personally identifiable information).

If the website you’re interested in having taken down includes any of those items, you may initiate a Google removal request here.