Remove pictures from Google under the right to be forgotten

Why removing picture from Google searches could be challenging 

Removal of pictures from Google under a right to be forgotten
Asking Google to remove links to pictures from search results under the right to be forgotten can be extremely challenging. 
To understand why removing pictures from Google is so tasking, you need to understand how Google stores pictures. In a nutshell, to make images download quickly to search results, Google manages servers where footprints of each image is stored.
The servers that power Google search exist all over the world and are managed by a separate Google group. Bing and Yahoo have similar systems in place. 
Google typically stores copies of images in image libraries, which are located in 14 different locations around the world. 

You may find that an image that you believe has been removed by Google from search results or from its original location will still appear in search results, but with an unusual URL.

If you request that Google remove pictures from search results, your request will be forwarded to the Google technical team. They may require reminders and follow-up before taking action to remove the image from the internet library. 

Pictures are the hardest to remove from Google searches

 Images that are difficult to remove from Google searches tend to be those that have been deleted from the original source or website, but a copy of the image remains on one of Google's image libraries. We often need to assess the evidence in each case and explain the issues back to Google in order to get pictures removed from search results.
 Google could take several weeks or even months to remove any unwanted images from its image library. It is also difficult to remove images that have been uploaded to the Google blogging platform, Blogger. 
This is especially true if the Blogger website (or BlogSpot, as it was used to be known) has been deleted. People who delete a Blogger blog forget to delete all the images from the blog's photo library. This means that even though the blog has been deleted, all the text content and the pictures will remain in Google image libraries. 
They will also show up in Google search results. This situation presents a significant problem because only Google can access the photos and delete them. Google is often reluctant to do this. Another problem that clients have when removing images from Google is the fact that many websites contain multiple versions of the same image in different sizes and resolutions.
 These pictures could have been uploaded to more than one website or edited within the website with a new copy. 

How do I delete images from Google

 Images and text are both subject to the right to be forgotten. Images are also covered by other European privacy laws. Who owns. Google can be asked to delete images from its search results by using the right to forget. 
However, Google may reject your request due to public interest or claim that the image you want removed was legitimately uploaded by someone with the copyright to it. Google may also refuse to remove images from Google search results if you uploaded the photos yourself. Right To Be Forgotten porn videos and images.

How can I delete content from Google

Help in removing content from Google 

You can try and remove the content from Google yourself. You can reach out to the website hosting the content and request that it be removed from Google Searches. You can also get in touch the author of the content article to request that they remove it. If that fails, Google can remove the content from search results. 

Google can be stubborn when it comes down to removing content from Google searches, as many people are discovering. It is possible to be frustrated trying to contact Google or get an answer to your request to remove content. Google appears to be content to keep the link to offending content on its home page, even though this may cause you professional or personal distress. 

 Do not let this discourage you. Don't give up. There are many UK lawyers who can help. We have assisted hundreds of people to remove thousands of content pieces from Google search results. We are familiar with the best ways to approach Google and present legal arguments to support our requests. We are persistent and never lose heart.  We follow through with our requests with a sound and persuasive legal stance. Find out more about how to remove content from Google

 How to remove your name from search engines 

You must stop creating new content if you want your name to be removed from search engines. No more blog posts, comments, or social media updates. The next step is to remove all existing content from the internet once you have stopped creating new content. You can accomplish this by deleting any social media accounts, removing blog posts and articles that you've written, as well as deleting comments from other websites. 

 The next step after you've removed all your content online, is to identify third-party content about you. Although some content is malicious, the majority of it is content that was already available in the public realm but was not published on a strict basis.

You might find information about directorship or membership in professional organisations, details about your household, and even where you live. 

This information is copied often, without our authorization to online directories. It is either replicated or is being made more complete by including multiple sources on one site. Now, you will need to contact the content creators and the platform hosting the content.

You can request that they remove the content from their websites. You can also contact search engines to ask them to remove any links about you from the web. Contact each search engine to request removal of your name. This process can be complicated and time-consuming. To have your information removed, you might need to prove your identity to the search engine. 

Once your name has been removed from all major search engines you can take steps in order to stop your information appearing in search engines in future. We understand that online content can be stubborn or difficult to remove. 

How to remove criminal record from Google

Under UK law, an arrest by the police is considered a private matter. Therefore, the details of the arrest, including the name of the individual arrested, are subject to a right to privacy. If there are news articles on the internet which mention the fact that you have been arrested, you can request that they be removed. Our team includes expert solicitors who are trained to assist clients in removing content from the internet. It is much more likely that the content will be removed if it comes from experienced internet lawyers.


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