SEO in NYC, Online reputation management: Removing Content From Google
Removing content from Google, unless its a copyright violation or its a dead link, is not easy. BUT if you need to, here’s a tool to help–if the item is hosted on a Google property.
To quote Google, “If you believe content hosted by a Google property (for example, Blogger, YouTube, or Google+) or displayed in Google search results should be removed under applicable law, you can use one of our legal content removal forms to submit a request for review, including a notification under the U.S. Digital Millennium Copyright Act for content that you believe infringes your copyright.”
So, with that in mind start by going to the content removal tool and select the Google product, such as Google+, Image Search, YouTube, Blogger and a slew of other Google related properties.
Then specify the nature of your request, such as the content may violate my copyright, a Google+ Profile or +Page is impersonating me, my company or my organization or I have a court order (!).