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How To Remove Personal Information from the Internet

The Definitive list of Companies aggregating, collecting, publishing and/or selling of public and personal information for use on the Internet. This list includes:

  • Data Brokers (ChoicePoint, LexisNexis, US Search)
  • Background Check sites (BeenVerified.com)
  • Direct Marketing Companies (InfoUSA.com)
  • Online Directories (Whitepages.com)
  • Local Directories (Bing Local, Google Maps, Yelp)
  • Mugshot sites (Mugshots.com)
  • People Finder sites (Intelius, MyLife, Spokeo)
  • Social Media sites (Facebook, Twitter)
  • Voter Lists sites (Aristotle.com)

We provide information on how to remove your personal information from these websites and the link to their opt-out page.

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The Internet Removal Privacy Company Directory : Entry # 894
Website Name
DatingComplaints.com
Category
Dating - Revenge Sites
How to Remove
Send Email
Opt Out
http://datingcomplaints.com/about/
Website
http://datingcomplaints.com/
Removal Instructions
They state they use a mediation service for removals.

All posts in the site are the opinion of their authors, we do not represent that any information is true, use your own discretion when reading a post. Also, do not threaten us, deal with the person who posted the information on Dating Complaints. If you threaten us, we will post your threats on our website. If you contact our service providers, we will find out, and will let our audience discuss you openly (there are hundreds of web hosting companies, do you really think that you can keep us down?) We value First Amendment rights.

If you would like to submit a post for a dispute, we participate in the arbitration service. It is an independent company and we do not receive money for removals. The only reason we even participate is to give a removal avenue for people who think posts are false. Don’t bother us or our providers. Our website arbitration is through a non affiliated independent provider. Email us at DatingComplaints@gmail.com

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act

 

*Companies with No Removal Policy, some are located in Countries outside the United States.

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