Microsoft’s Bing Starts Removing Search Results

Weeks after Google started taking requests for link removal, Microsoft launches a web form for users who want to erase their past.

Microsoft’s Bing Starts Removing Search Results

That hasn’t stopped people from looking up your big secret on Microsoft’s search rival Bing – until now. The company has launched a web form where requests for search removals can be filed, allowing individuals to request that Bing stop providing links to certain web pages.

The form asks for the requester’s full name, country of residence, proof of identity, and a contact email. Users are then asked whether they are a public figure (defined as “politician, celebrity, etc”) and whether their role involves leadership trust or safety (“for example teacher, clergy, community leader, police, doctor, etc”).

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