The new policy will now remove links to sites which include a phone number, email address, or physical address.
This information could potentially include images of identification documents or login credentials.
To make a removal request, users may fill out a form, which lists the URL of the content you want removed and screenshots showing the specific identifying content.
Google will then review and grant or deny said request.
Learn more about this popular science process, here: (Popsci)
Google introduces new policy making it easier to remove personal information from search results.
But it’s not very easy, as it requires you to provide lists with screenshots; and you may get denied.