Google to Remove Revenge Porn Site From Search

Victims of revenge porn often suffer great distress after a former partner posts explicit content of them without permission online.
Google has taken a big step toward protecting victims of revenge porn. In the coming weeks, the search giant will begin honoring requests from victims to stop linking to websites that host the damaging content in searches.
Google can't remove the content themselves, that's up to those who run the sites. But the revenge porn sites will not be listed, so those types of sites will be much harder to find. The company said in a statement that its policy will be narrow and limited and will work similarly to how the company handles other sensitive personal information like bank records.