Report content on Google
Google’s content and product policies apply wherever you are in the world, but we also have processes in place to remove or restrict access to content based on local laws. This page will help you get to the right place to report content that you would like removed from Google's services under Google’s policies or applicable laws.
You can also visit http://support.google.com for non-legal issues that concern Google’s Terms of Service or content and product policies.
Legal standards vary greatly by country/region. Content that violates a specific law in one country/region may be legal in others. Typically, we remove or restrict access to the content only in the country/region where it is deemed to be illegal. When content is found to violate Google’s content or product policies or Terms of Service, however, we typically remove or restrict access globally.
You may report the same content through both legal and content/product policy reporting paths, but you must file each report separately. Note that reporting content through a content/product policy path does not substitute for reporting it through a legal path and does not serve as legal notice.
Note: You must submit a separate report for each Google product where the content appears