If you have a concern about particular URLs or other information contained in search results, you may report these to Bing. Reporting a concern will not necessarily result in removal of a URL from search results. Bing limits removal of search results to a narrow set of circumstances and conditions to avoid restricting Bing users' access to relevant information.
If you are reporting search results that you believe implicate child endangerment and exploitation, or unexpectedly contain adult content, use this form: Report illegal or offensive content
Note that you can also prevent seeing adult content in your search results by adjusting your SafeSearch settings. Please see Block adult content with SafeSearch for more information.
If you have an intellectual property concern about a website's content that is linked to by Bing, or by an ad on Bing, please see our Report Infringement page
If you are a European resident and want to request that Microsoft block search results on Bing in response to searches for your name, please use this form: Request to block Bing search results in Europe
If you are a resident of Russia and want to request that Microsoft block search results on Bing in response to searches for your name, please use this form: Request to block Bing search results in Russia
If you have identified a search result containing sensitive personal information (e.g., email passwords, identification numbers, credit card numbers), use this form: Report Content Concerns
To report the unauthorized posting of photos and videos containing intimate images, use this form: Report content to Microsoft.
If the website has removed the content but it still appears on Bing, you can remove broken links or cached content from search results using the Bing content removal tool.
Bing doesn't control the content that websites publish or that appears in Bing search results. To make sure content is removed from search results, your best option is to contact the webmaster for the website that published the content and request that it be deleted or removed. Even if Bing removes the URL from search results, it will continue to exist and can be discovered by going directly to the web address until the webmaster removes the content from their website.