Removal of Cached Information from Public Search Engines

  1. Google
    Follow the instructions on the page "Remove URLs Tool":

    https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/1663419?hl=en

    Note: If the page is not yet removed from the Web server, user may need to add the appropriate META tags in order that the removal request works. Reference the page "URL removal explained":

    https://webmasters.googleblog.com/2010/03/url-removal-explained-part-i-urls.html

  2. Bing
    Follow the instructions on the Bing Webmaster Tools

    http://www.bing.com/webmaster

    - In the Content URL input box, enter the exact URL you found in the Bing web results (for example, by using Copy Shortcut/Copy Link Address functionality in your browser)
    - In the Removal Type drop-down menu select Page Removal
    - Click Submit


  3. Yahoo
    Follow the instructions on the page "Remove search results from Yahoo Search":

    https://help.yahoo.com/kb/SLN4530.html

    To avoid caching by Yahoo, reference the page "Meta tags and robots.txt in Yahoo Search":

    https://help.yahoo.com/kb/SLN2213.html

  4. Baidu
    Follow the instructions on the page "死链提交":

    http://zhanzhang.baidu.com/badlink/index

  5. Archive.org and Wayback
    Follow the instructions on the FAQ page:

    https://archive.org/about/faqs.php#The_Wayback_Machine

    Note: If you would like to have the cached information removed very quickly, You can send an email request for us to review to info@archive.org with the URL (web address) in the text of your message.

  6. Ask.com
    Follow the instructions on the FAQ page for "How can I stop Ask from crawling my page?":

    https://help.ask.com/link/portal/30015/30018/Article/113/Ask-com-Frequently-Asked-Questions#Webmasters

  7. GigaBlast
    Contact them directly through:
    Email: support@gigablast.com
    Tel: (505) 797-3913
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