EditorialGuy - 5:39 pm on Oct 11, 2013 (gmt 0)
BTW, Google your name and city together and good grief, your whole address and phone number and everywhere you've lived is available in many, many databases for any scumbucket to peruse for a few bucks, and the burden is on YOU to get yourself removed from those databases.
That problem is a lot older than Google or Bing--or the Internet, for that matter. I remember a case in the '60s when one of the largest insurance companies in the U.S. refused to insure a guy because of something on his record that the insurance company felt was immoral. (I believe he'd been cited for having a statue of a nude on his front lawn.)