Therefore, the current approach expands the coverage of privacy-related and personal data that can be protected from appearing in search results. In addition to physical addresses, email addresses and phone numbers, users can enhance their security from hackers and block access to their login credentials. Users can visit the Google Support page to kickstart the registration of URLs containing their PII, which should be banned from appearing in search results. For this topic, users can login up to 1 thousand websites.
When users request for removal of information, it is first checked by Google. If the request is accepted, Google will remove URLs containing personal personal information from all search results. This process can be more robust, as public information can be restricted from search results. The need for a dynamic policy to protect users was highlighted in a statement by Google’s Global Policy Lead for Search, Michelle Chang. In such a situation, it was emphasized that before accepting any request for removal of search results, Google will use a strong mechanism.