How to get pictures of myself off of the Internet?

Hello! I'm not sure if this is the right place to come, but if anyone has any answers I would greatly appreciate it! I have an embarrassing pre-weight loss photo that keeps coming up when I search my old Instagram username up. It comes up under "", which claims that it uses Instagram's API to produce results. I've tried e-mailing them with the old username and hashtag that brings up the photo so that they can delete it from their site, but haven't received a response. Any ideas about what I can do? Is there any way that I can delete it? I can't get back to the old Instagram account, so deleting the hashtag and picture is impossible. I just shut down the account entirely. Thank you in advance!

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Remmeber this is a well done topic.
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Ugh, the Internet.

Ahh, very true. Luckily it doesn't seem like a popular website, and maybe it will be reindexed after some time? I mean, I deleted the account several months ago. I'm hoping Sad. Thank you for your answer!

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There now so many internet caches that I can't know them all. Google caches old versions, the Waybackmachine does more and that's just the two I know off the top of my head.

While my advice is to not post a lot to the web, I know folk love to do so. Your best way to keep photos off the web is to never put them there (sorry for the obvious here.)

See the if you want to see if it nabbed a copy.

Post was last edited on April 5, 2016 9:31 AM PDT

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Good advice!

That makes sense. No, it's true! I haven't posted anything in quite a long time, and I'm currently in the process of deleting most traces of myself online (just to look more professional and organized). I shouldn't have posted anything to begin with. Teenage me would object, but I regret it now, haha. Thank you for the advice!

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