Privacy, thankfully, is still a thing.
Google unveiled a new tool Wednesday at I/O, its annual developer conference, which makes it easier for people to request that the advertising giant remove personal data like their home address from search results. Now, instead of having to go through some lengthy submission process, if you find your personal details in search results you can quickly tap and ask Google to pull them.
"When you're searching on Google and find results about you that contain your phone number, home address, or email address, you'll be able to quickly request their removal from Google Search — right as you find them," explains a Google blog post. "With this new tool, you can request removal of your contact details from Search with a few clicks, and you'll also be able to easily monitor the status of these removal requests."
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