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Wednesday, November 29, 2023

Google Is Making It Easier to Remove Your Nudes Online

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Google has just announced a new feature, which will make it easier for people to have their NUDES removed from search results. Definite YAY!


If you post them on a website, blog, or social media and later delete them, some person, or even a bot, could’ve grabbed them before you took them down. Then gone on to possible (nefariously) post them elsewhere on the internet.


It becomes a major problem, especially if they’re popping up in search results – even though you took them down!


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Don’t stress! Google’s here!

Angel shared with Eugene and Dean how Google has launched a form online where you can let them know if there’s an intimate photo of you online that you’d like to have removed.


There is one big caveat though: it won’t work if you’ve consensually done business with a naughty website in the past . . . or if you have an OnlyFans account or something similar, making money from those images online.


This has to be a personal photo, not a commercialized one.


Angel chats to Anonymous! Note: contains explicit content.


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Eugene Mpatheni
Eugene Mpatheni
The other half of the The Joy Ride every weekday from 4 pm to 7 pm. Former Man United fan but is now a Scouser. I love all forms of sport, especially the conversations around the beautiful game. A husband and father of three who falls asleep to the sounds of barber ASMR.

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