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Remove a page or site from Google's search results

We run into a lot of people who think that Google runs the web and controls all the sites on it, but that's really not the case. The sites in Google's search results are controlled by those sites' webmasters.

To remove content (including a snippet, title, page content, or an entire URL or site) from search results, the site owner—whether it's you or somebody else—has a few options. The site owner can remove the concerning information from the page, take the page down from the web entirely, or indicate that Google shouldn't crawl or index the page. There are varying requirements depending on the type of content you want to remove, and these are described below. Want to remove an image from search results?
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