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Remove my name from Google.
There are different ways by which you can remove your name from Google search results. If you want to remove your name from Google because search results that Google presents are defamatory, you can either do this by applying defamation law, privacy law or data protection law.
If the information that Google presents about you is not defamatory but is private or perhaps is not private but you have decided that you are no longer wishing for it to be presented to the world via Google searches, you can in most cases use European data protection and privacy laws to have the information removed from Google searches.
If the information that you wish to remove includes images or videos, which perhaps in the past you were happy for Google to present but now you feel slightly uncomfortable with, you can utilise data protection law, privacy law and copyright law to force Google to remove the unwanted images and/or videos from searches or apply these laws towards the operator of each of the relevant websites.
Whatever the reason is for your wish to have your name removed from Google, you have certainly come to the right place for helpful advice.
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