But Now when you Google her name, it shows up under her name on the Google search engine.
How do I get rid of it?
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my bro works in an IT crew and they often have to "toy" with Google search, they are mainly hired to make something popular and easy to access, which is actually easy to acomplish w/o the crew :P but he tells me that ERASING something from the internet, in most instances is borderline impossible, more when it is mediatic, first, everything that has ever being digitally saved, even if "destroyed" can often be recovered, data leaves a trace, always, as you have already seen.
he says the second best thing you can do is, if you can not erase it, you bury it, see is not as easy as to ask Google to get the data out of the engine, a lot of websites are banned but you still can access them, so "banning" the search for your data won't be enough, what you want to do, as I said, usually my bro is hired to make something "popular and easy access", but they are also sometimes requested to "clear someones name", so when you Google that person you won't find their less fortunate info, but again, not by erasing information, rather making it HARD to access, and you bet, again that is something YOU can do w/o a real need of proffesional help, say it was "The Nebraskan Lottuss Flower, dedicated to Marybeth Smith-Polevnsky", pretty much every noun in the title, you type it and will lead you to YOUR song, but you can start making posts or mentions that relate Nebraska and the Lottuss in a different way, and the newer, and hopefully more reviewed data, will come first in the search engine, thus burying YOUR conflictive data, but yeah, it will take WORK, and work you probably want to avoid for your emotional healt, but you can ask friends to post about a little homless kitten they adopt and named "Marybeth Smith-Polevnsky" and make it viral, hell :P create a Meme of it if you should, let them do it, be creative, and thuse the name of the girl and the song will be associated to many other things, hopefully more popular than your song, you will still find it if you look hard enough, but internet IS big, and well done, soon it can be lost on the limbo.