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How to Remove Information from The Washington Post

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If your information is exposed on the Washington Post’s website either you’ve done something newsworthy or you’ve commented on something newsworthy and used your real name to do it. In the case of the former news outlets will at best offer to correct misinformation. In the case of the latter log into the account you use to comment on the site and change the name under which you post.


The Washington Post Privacy Policy, TOS and Removal

View the The Washington Post Privacy Policy here.

In some cases, a websites Terms of Service spells out ways to get your info off the site. This is sometimes referred to as a TOS removal. You can view The Washington Post’s TOS to see if it will help you get your info off The Washington Post.

The Washington Post Opt Out

For instructions to opt out of The Washington Post visit .