Search engine removal
The right to be forgotten is about making sure that the people are not algorithms. www.deleteme.com can assist you in removing your personal search engine returns that feature you. You can do this by submitting a request and authorizing us to manage your request for deletion on the site(s) in question.
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Which search engines we cover?
Delete yourself from Google, Bing, and Yahoo.
Personal data removal from search engines
For privacy and data protection reasons (such as according to the EU General Data Protection Regulation, you may have the right to ask for certain personal data relating to you to be removed.
This Service is only for INDIVIDUALS ONLY (not businesses) that are legal residents living within the European Union, regardless of their nationality can use the system. The search does not apply to a European citizen living outside the European Union.
For Non-European residents
Don’t worry; we have a solution for you. We provide a service where you can request deletion on a specific website. You give us the details and authority to act on your behalf, and we handle the rest.
Search engines show information gathered from websites across the web. Even if we remove content from search engines, it may still exist on the web. This means someone might still find the content on the page that hosts it, through social media, on other search engines, or in other ways.
We can help you here by ordering our experts to search for you, and our team of fully qualified professionals does all the work for you.
What information can we remove from search engine?
You can request to remove personally identifiable information (PII) from Google search results. This information includes:
- Confidential government identification (ID) numbers, like US Social Security Number, Argentine Single Tax Identification Number, Brazil Cadastro de pessoas Físicas, Korea Resident Registration Number, or China Resident Identity Card;
- Bank account numbers;
- Credit card numbers;
- Images of handwritten signatures;
- Images of ID docs;
- Highly personal, restricted, and official records, like medical records;
- Personal contact info (physical addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses);
- Confidential login credentials;
Personal information search engines will remove for USA and International
Search engines may remove personal information that creates significant risks of identity theft, financial fraud, or other specific harms, images, and outdated web pages. Start your removal now.
What happens if my request is denied?
If your request is denied, you’ll receive an email from the deleteme removal team and the reason why the search engine didn’t approve your request.
You can check the next steps for how to:
- Remove the info from the source web page; we can help you contact the web page administrator contact us here.
- Re-submit a request through an alternative removal request form
Remove an image from search engines.
If you want to remove a photo from search results, you usually need to contact the site owner, the person who owns the site that has the image. Deleteme can assist you, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for more information here.
We can remove specific images from search results as minors and also remove intimate or explicit images and videos (sometimes referred to as “revenge porn”) that were shared without consent. We may remove involuntary fake pornography in which the image or video meets some requirements. This service doesn’t remove the image from the site it was linked from.
How to submit a court order to search engines
Deleteme can assist in submitting a court order to search engines requesting that content on a third-party website be removed from search engines. Results follow the steps below.
- Obtain a court order; for European requests, you can contact deleteme here, or you can upload it from your account when registering;
- Make sure the court order contains the URL of the content you’re concerned about. If it doesn’t, make sure that you specify the URL when submitting the court order to Google in the following steps;
- Send us your request by pressing the order;
- You will need to send a copy of the court order in PDF format;
- Make sure to specify which section of the court order you attach mandates removing content from a third-party website;
- Enter the URL of each web page (1 URL per line) from which the court order mandates content be removed;
- Search on Google, Bing, and Yahoo. Choose the keywords, country, and language;
- From the results shown by the search engine, select the records you would like to delete, and when you can copy them in the order form;
- Complete the form to send the deletion request;
- A support ticket will be automatically created with your request;
- After successful payment on your part, the process to complete your request will begin. This could take between 15 to 30 working days. The report will be sent to your email;
- $189 each link removal request;
- Ask our experts to search for you; the fee is $99;
All our services are a one-time fee with no monthly or yearly subscriptions.
There are more search engines than Google! Search with each of these top six search engines.
Using search engines to find information on the web. With billions of websites online today, there is a lot of information on the Internet. Search engines on the World Wide Web are remotely accessible programs that let you do keyword searches for information on the Internet. There are several types of search engines, and searches may cover titles of documents, URLs, headers, or full text. Our professionals know how to refine the Search to have the most optimized results.
There are many different search engines you can use.
Our professionals can search for you in all the below search engines and send you a detailed report for all your listings.