Google Rolls out Tool to Let People Remove Personal Info from Search

Google has started to roll out a new privacy feature that will allow people to  directly make a request to remove Search results that contain their personal information.

Google's "Results about you" tool, announced during its annual developer conference earlier this year, is now rolling  out to some users

With this new tool, if you find your personal information like home address, email address, phone number or any other  information on Google Search.

Just click on the three-dot overflow menu that appears in the top-right corner of each result.

The existing 'About this Result' panel opens with a new "Remove result" option appearing at the bottom of your  screen.

How you can do it?

From there, you are taken through a wizard-like approach to remove specific information about yourself from Google:

In April, Google began allowing you to remove more information about yourself in Google Search