Revenge porn victim to Google: Make me disappear

NEW YORK POST --

A college student is asking a Manhattan court to take an unprecedented measure: Order Google, Yahoo and Bing to permanently delete her full name from their internet search engines over revenge porn posted by an ex-boyfriend.

The Harlem woman — whose unique West African name is four words long — broke up with her boyfriend in November 2015 following a three-month relationship, the suit says.

Angry that he’d been dumped, he published surreptitiously recorded sex tapes on X-rated websites, according to court papers.

The 30-year-old woman was horrified and asked the sites to remove the videos. They complied, but her online nightmare had already gone viral.

More than four pages of X-rated references to the woman still come up whenever her name is entered in search engines.

The filthy search results mean that the Harlem resident can’t get a job and her reputation has suffered, the suit says.

“If you Google her name, everything is right there,” her attorney, Ryanne Konan, told The Post.

“She can’t even get an internship.”

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