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The advent of the Internet has made it possible for anyone to have quick and easy access to criminal records and other personal information. There are two types of databases which store such information: public databases and private databases. You may have records in both types of databases that you want removed and each of them have a different process for record removal.
We look at all legal solutions for search result removal, including DMCA takedown requests and other available removal methods. Depending on what’s needed, we’ll often combine removals with protection and suppression strategies to ensure long-term success. Other removal tactics may include YouTube video removal, NoIndex removal, removing search results from Google, and other techniques.
Suppose you are job-seeking and worried about a potential employer finding the public court records about an arrest when you were a juvenile for a petty drug offense in internet search results. Or suppose your next business venture will involve some due diligence on your background and you are worried about personal medical records or an unflattering mugshot showing up online.
There are millions of personal data breaches every year. Learn how to remove your name, address, criminal history and other sensitive personal info from more than 50 people search databases across the web.
Negative search results can do serious damage to your reputation, making it hard to get a job, build a career or even attract new business. Online reputation management helps fix those results and create the digital footprint you need to thrive.
Through proven methods, our Individual Reputation Strategists work to restore, improve, and/or build a positive web presence for anyone suffering with negative search results.
90% of adults in the U.S. say their search results are less than flattering. What does Google say about you?