The world wide web has made our world a lot smaller. It has also made our lives a lot more-searchable, and benefits aren't always as beneficial to us.
Maybe someone has written an unfavorable comment about you, a bad party picture or video, an account, a website, or just a blog post you want to be gone...
Case is with most websites, the terms and conditions have become pretty outrageous and the battle against privacy on the internets may seem... Lost.
However, a fact that you need to understand is that Google is not the source, it merely lets the content be found more easily. Google does not have the original file, it is with the website that has put up the content. So, contacting Google to remove the content will not do anything.
With help from technology writer Jemima Kiss, Guardian journalist Mark Rice-Oxley tries to erase his online self. But aside from deleting your social networking profiles, is this even possible? Are there sites out there that can help? Can you erase your doppelgangers? And where does your Facebook profile go when it is removed?