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Delete Your Personal Data From Google by Ken Macon

A new tool.
Google now has a new tool allowing anyone to request the removal of their personal data from search results, including contact information. “The availability of personal contact information online can be jarring,” said Google’s head of global policy in search Michelle Chang. She added that personal data could lead to “unwanted direct contact or even physical harm.” Google already allowed the removal of personal or financial information from search results if a user could prove it was real danger or a potential threat. Now you can request the removal of your information even if there is no risk.

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