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How to suppress information about yourself on the Internet

How to suppress information about yourself on the Internet

By Cristian Nardi

Privacy Guaranteed provides valuable information on how to independently manage your online reputation. When someone publishes compromising, outdated, negative, or personal information, such content can appear in the top search results on platforms like Google and Yandex, damaging your reputation. In challenging situations like these, you may need to consider removing such information. However, in most cases, the methods described can help you resolve the issue.

This article will guide you step by step on how to remove information from search engine caches, delete information about yourself from the internet, remove unauthorized photos or videos, and safeguard your personal data.

To begin with, we will explain how to remove information from search engine caches. Google’s robots regularly scan web pages and store them in their cache on servers. In case of technical issues, users can view the last saved version of a website through the cache. However, these archived pages can appear in search results, displaying outdated information. For example, an old workplace address or contact details might be shown.

To address this problem, Privacy Guaranteed will provide you with six working methods, ranging from simple to complex, to quickly, legally, and without resorting to legal proceedings, remove information about yourself from search engine caches.

Yandex, the search engine, offers a similar tool that operates on the same principle as Google. To use it, you need to visit the Webmaster service page and enter the desired link. The main requirement is that the requested address must be in the cache or non-functional.

When it comes to deleting information about yourself on the internet, it’s common for a third-party website to publish personal or confidential information about an individual. However, resorting to legal action or involving the police should be the last course of action, once all other methods have been exhausted.

The first step in deleting information about yourself on the internet is to contact the site administration. Their contact details are typically available in the public domain on the web page itself. In your correspondence with the administration, clearly indicate the published confidential information. Since most of the content is user-generated, it’s possible that the administration may not have noticed this data. When writing the letter, maintain a polite tone without making harsh accusations. Keep in mind that they may not respond initially, as the administration receives a high volume of emails, including spam and promotional offers. Your letter as an ordinary user can easily get lost in this influx, so it’s advisable to send multiple messages.