If I see a bad photo in the Google Image search result and want to remove it, or update it, how do I go about doing that?
I think it might be easier if Google image search got that photo from Twitter or Facebook's profile photo, so I can update my profile photo there and Google will fetch it. But I updated my photo on Twitter, and Google image search doesn't show the new one -- maybe requiring 1 or 2 days to update. Otherwise, how can we remove or update it in the Google image search result?
I sometimes feel like we might be in the age of judging a person in a few seconds, sometimes just by looking at a photo of a person online (so that's why many people may post a smiling photo).
It might matter less usually, but what if an employer uses the person's name to search online when you apply for a job? The hiring manager might want to hire you, but when the director or the VP saw your photo online, he might say otherwise or express a concern if it is not a good photo. (or even if it is just a photo of you holding a beer glass, looking cool, while you are applying for a job in a serious office environment).