Google’s priority as a registrar is to offer secure, safe, and user-focused tools that enable individuals and businesses to get online.
We understand that you may sometimes have questions or concerns about content on a domain that is registered through Google domains. In most situations, a dispute about a particular website (or a particular piece of content on a website) is best resolved directly with the registrant or content owner who is responsible for that content. Google is not the creator of the offending content, Google has no way to control or remove individual pieces of content from a domain, and Google cannot mediate disputes over content on a domain.
As a result, if you are concerned about content on a domain that has been registered through Google Domains, your best option is to contact the registrant who manages that domain. Please see WHOIS lookup to learn how to contact a registrant.
If you have a legal concern about content on a domain that has been registered through Google Domains, please consult Removing information from a domain. You can also contact email@example.com for more information on abuse reports.