Improved UI, personal info removal tool, and more in Google Search update

A new update to Google Search changes the user interface, makes it easier to get rid of personal information, and more.

Google is making it easier than ever to remove private and personal information from its search results.

Most of us use Google Search to find information about a topic on the Internet. But over the past few years, Google Search has become much more than that. It now helps people plan flights for trips, save money on those flights, protect their privacy, and much more. Last year, Google made a tool that lets users ask for personal information found in Search to be taken down. Now, Google is going one step further by making this tool even better to protect user privacy and safety.

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The news was posted on Google’s The Keyword blog. The company is adding to its Results About You tool, released last year. When it came out, the tool lets people take sensitive information like a phone number, home address, or email address off of Google Search. The same tool has now changed so that it will keep track of any new personal information that appears on the internet and let the user know so that it can be taken down. You’ll notice this service is not fully automatic, but that could change in a future update.

To make room for this new feature, Google Search will also get a new screen. This will make it easier than ever to keep track of and get rid of personal information from Google Search. For now, only people in the United States who speak English will be able to use the tool. The company says that they are working on making the tool available in more places and languages in the future. Google is also making Search safer by blurring by default any graphic or adult material.

This month, the new SafeSearch tool will be added. If you need to, you can turn it off. Also, the company is changing its policy on personal, explicit pictures on the internet. This will make it easier for people to get rid of this kind of content from Search. Google says that removing search results doesn’t get rid of the content from the internet. So if that’s what a person wants to do, they’ll have to find another way. Even if this is true, it’s still a big step toward protecting privacy, and many people will be happy about it.


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