Posted March 21, 2011 10:50 am by with 0 comments

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For the past few years, I’ve counseled clients that really the best way to get a negative web result–such as RipOff Report–removed from Google’s search results, is to get a court order.

I’ve always maintained that Google is simply not interested in fighting to keep one negative web page in its index. If you can get a judge to agree with your defamation claims against the content creator, Google will remove it from its index.

That’s a stance that attorney Kenton Hutcherson has agreed with–and actually successfully pursued–and now he sends word that Google has decided to make it even easier to get that negative web page removed from its index.

Once you get that court order, simply submit the details at this newly created page:

I’ve not heard how fast or successful the new procedure is at removing negative content, so please let me know if you’ve pursued it.