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When learning how to remove public records your options might seem straightforward at first.

Highly sensitive information is relatively easy to get removed (or de-indexed) from the internet (ie social security numbers, credit card numbers, government ID numbers, etc) because the law is on your side.

Unfortunately, some information that you deem as too private, has no legal recourse for removal. Instead, you have to find alternative steps to reclaim your privacy online.

This is where things can get a bit more tricky.

Even taking care of highly sensitive information doesn’t just magically happen. You have to be proactive about monitoring the information that appears about you online.

So, let’s get into the nitty gritty of removing public records online.

Your personal information lives online

Gone are the days of flipping through Whitepages and filing information requests by snail mail. Today, all kinds of information is not only available about you, but it’s easily accessed online. It seems like nothing is off-limits.

Think about it, your:

And other public records are available to anyone online who types in the right keywords. With that in mind, we’ve created this guide to help you better understand the most effective ways to remove public records about you from the internet.

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Public records are nothing new, but the level of accessibility and volume of information aggregators online present modern problems.

In the past, an individual would have to physically go to a government office and/or submit a formal request to access this kind of information.

In all likelihood there would be multiple offices, buildings and requests involved.

Online “personal information brokerages” of today, remove all of the red tape and legwork that used to create a natural barrier. Now with the click of a button, anyone can access all of this information instantly without leaving home.

This is what often makes people most uncomfortable. It is also what makes understanding how to remove public records so difficult.

While it’s true that there are a number of steps that you can take to reduce most of the public records accessible about you online, it’s also true that there is always the chance that there will be some remnants of you online.

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