Cookies and Privacy
You can remove your phone, email and home address from the Google Search that appears when you enter your name.
The feature can be a useful tool for scrubbing some of your personal information off your Google Search, however it does not mean the information is removed from all of the internet or that particular website. It will still exist, but it won’t appear when you search your name so it will be more difficult for people to find that information.
The “Remove this result” function is in its Beta version, and there are a couple of ways you can file a request.
If you are just looking to take down your phone number, email or home address, here’s how to do it:Google Search has a “Remove this result” feature.
You can monitor your request by going into the “Data & privacy” options of your Google Account. Scroll down and press “My activity.” Then press the three dots in the search bar and select “Other activity.” Press the “Manage results about you” and you can see the status.
You also can use this link to submit a request for an even wider range of reasons. If you are looking to have personal information removed, choose the “Content contains your personal information” option.
This route could be used for more types of personal information, such as Social Security and bank account numbers.