can help remove naked pictures from google searches is well versed in Google search removal processes, this can sometimes be an effective way to lessen traffic to the stolen content. Often the easiest way to find stolen content is through Google Searches. Once the content is removed from the search results it can significantly lessen the traffic to the stolen content. However, it is best to have the content removed from the website entirely. In order to have content removed from Google searches you must first process takedown from the infringing website. If the content is not removed from the infringing website, or if the content is cached in Google searches from the site, can assist with removing unwanted pictures from these searches as fast as possible.

The professional staff at has experience in dealing with all type so takedown processes, INCLUDING the Google Search result takedown. If you need our help please reach out, you can submit the takedown form here: Create Takedown Notice.


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Points to consider for Google search removals

  1. It is best to first remove the picture from the website.
  2. Once the picture has been removed a takedown notice can be sent to Google to remove the picture.
  3. The takedown notice for the website will be a different process than with Google.
  4. The Google takedown process is highly specific and requires additional steps.
  5. There are some instances where Google search removal requests can be filed right away for non-compliant websites.

What do I have to provide for takedown?

Three main pieces of information are needed to get started filing a DMCA Takedown Notice:

1. Infringing URL

Infringing URL

Where on the internet is your stolen content located? What is the link that you want the content removed from? Be sure to provide the URL or website/webpage link of the content you want removed. If the stolen content is an image or video located on a website provide the direct link of the content contained in the site. Copy and paste the infringing text, or provide the URL of the infringing image if required.

An example link would look like:

Source URL

2. Source URL

Where was your content located when it was stolen? Was it on your social media profile? Was it from your own website? Provide the exact URL where it was stolen from, even if the content has already been removed from its original location. The original URL is still valuable to the notice. If it was not online you can reference cell phone, computer, or camera etc. If it was online such as a website or cloud storage provide the link to the exact page it was stolen from. You can upload the original content to a cloud storage service and provide that URL with an explanation of where it was originally stolen from.

An example link would look like:

3. Description of Ownership

Description of Ownership

What is the content owner's name and how was the content stolen? How is this content yours? How do you own it? Did you create it, buy it, copyright it? Who is claiming ownership of the content? Who is authorized to file the DMCA Takedown? When did you create the content and when was the content stolen?

An example description would look like: "My photo I took of myself on my camera was stolen from my Google Drive and was posted on this website without my knowledge and I would like it removed."

If you are unsure how to collect the information for these three categories the Professional Takedown Team at can help with the answers. Click here to ask us about your situation.


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Safeguarding your online privacy is of utmost importance

The Internet offers numerous benefits, but it also poses risks, especially when it comes to personal images.

Sexually explicit or explicit content, when it finds its way onto the internet, can have severe consequences for individuals. Whether it's a private image that was unintentionally shared or maliciously distributed without consent, the potential damage to one's personal and professional life can be significant. In such cases, it becomes crucial to take immediate action to remove this content from Google search results. can help

In cases where explicit images have been widely distributed, seeking assistance from trusted removal specialists like, can be beneficial. These services specialize in helping individuals remove explicit content from various online platforms, including search engines.'s takedown professionals posses the necessary expertise and resources to tackle complex situations, ensuring a higher likelihood of successful content removal.

What to do when your compromising pictures are published online?

Prevention is always better than cure. To safeguard personal images from ending up in Google search results, individuals should take proactive measures.

  1. Don't Panic. Respond quickly. The faster the better. Be confident. Get help.
  2. Contact the police - especially if:
    1. You or the person in the picture or video were underage.
    2. The perpetrator of this crime is known to you and you never gave permission for the pictures to be shared.
    3. Note: Often the authorities can help with the perpetrators of the crime but are unable to act if the photos/videos have been uploaded to servers located outside their legal jurisdiction. Be prepared to deal with getting your pictures/videos taken down as a separate issue.
  3. Do not become a victim of extortion! Do not send money or a picture of your ID to hosting companies or website owners in order to get your content removed. This is a serious act of privacy violation and not required within any takedown process, anywhere. If you must pay to have your reported content taken offline it is extortion or a bribe under most laws. If you must pay or follow some other bizarre process to have your content taken offline, do so with a lawyer, inform the police and, where possible, have an internet specialist with you. Do not pay money to anyone - do not give in to blackmail. If you pay them once they will come back again and again.
  4. Find as many copies and versions as you can. You are the best person to identify this content. Often it will be cropped or altered in some way so often you can identify it the quickest. Make a list. Like a weed if you can get to the source, you can stop it from spreading. Often only one website was the source of the uploaded picture or video. It is important to get it removed from there and move on to the other sites, if there are any.
    1. It's wrong to assume that once your photo or video is off one website the issue is resolved. It could have been copied and uploaded somewhere else. The longer the content has been up the more likely it has spread to other networks and websites.
  5. Begin Processing (DMCA) Takedowns immediately! The faster the better. Do it now! Staying on top of getting your content taken down means you can stop or slow the spread. You can conduct takedowns yourself ( has a very inexpensive DIY Program), use a lawyer or use a service like Professional Takedown Service. Regardless of the method you use, the quicker the better. Processing takedowns can also help any legal action you have started or will start later. If you choose to conduct the process yourself here are a few important tips:
    1. Follow the (DMCA) Takedown process of website where you have found the pictures or video exactly. If the website has its own policy follow that.
    2. Do not be emotional in your description or request for removal.
    3. Do not tell a story or give background or incident details.
    4. Clearly the state facts related to the photo or picture usage - it's your picture, or you are in it and you did not give permission to be used in this manner or you own the copyright.

If you have questions about your situation, we can help. Submit your takedown questions here: Be as detailed as possible. Include as many links as possible. Include complete details on content ownership and source.


Related DMCA Takedown FAQ's

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