removing a listing from the internet

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silliw

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this is a very delicate subject that i need help with. a friend of mine is going thru a divorce and her ex-husband to-be has posted a video of her on the internet. it is in the top five listings on google when you google her name. this video is appearing on multiple adult sites. he has been ordered to remove the video. well the video doesn't play now but the listings are still there. is there a way to get listings off the internet even if you aren't the one that put them there? also do you have to pay to put these videos on the internet or need a special program to do this or can anyone just randomly do this to someone? any info on this matter would be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance:confused:
 

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She needs to contact the webmaster at any of the sites in question. If she's just appearing on a google search, she might try to contact google. Most often, once things are removed from websites, the hits (search) will still appear for some time.
 

silliw

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it isn't just her name appearing in a google search. these videos have shown up on various adult sites. how do you go about contacting the webmaster of the sites? i tried to find a place to contact them and haven't seen anyway to do so. since she isn't the one that posted the video can she be the one to stop it? the bad part is these sites are listed right below a legitimate site about her career. can anyone be held responsible for this or is this what they call freedom of the press?!
 

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it isn't just her name appearing in a google search. these videos have shown up on various adult sites. how do you go about contacting the webmaster of the sites? i tried to find a place to contact them and haven't seen anyway to do so. since she isn't the one that posted the video can she be the one to stop it? the bad part is these sites are listed right below a legitimate site about her career. can anyone be held responsible for this or is this what they call freedom of the press?!
is there a way to keep her name from even appearing when her name is entered in google search? thanks so much
 

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Click on the link, look to the bottom of the page. Usually there is a contact us, about us, etc.

Removing things will be a lot tougher than getting them there.
 
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