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Removing Your Personally Identifiable Information from Google

From Krebs On Security, “In a blog post on Wednesday, Google’s Michelle Chang wrote that the company’s expanded policy now allows for the removal of additional information that may pose a risk for identity theft, such as confidential log-in credentials, email addresses and phone numbers when it appears in Search results.”

To do this, follow the instructions to request the removal of certain sensitive, personally identifiable information from Google Search.

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