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December 5, 2012
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- Your bank account or credit card number
- An image of your handwritten signature
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If you discover any personal information about you or your family online, your first point of contact should be the Webmaster that is publishing the confidential information and request removal immediately.
If the Webmaster or site owner is unable or unwilling to remove the content, you can contact Google directly and request removal.
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