Have a few less-than-ideal internet appearances?‚ Want to hide them from possible employers?‚ You can try to un-google yourself--Wired
has a few tips, as does the site Wikihow
Among the advice from the Wired
"Many of the scariest websites are most often from people you know. For example, members of wedding parties will often find themselves on a wedding website. Lucky for you, if you're on a wedding website, you're probably friends with the person who owns and hosts the content on the internet. A simple e-mail should straighten up any wayward information."
"Though wedding websites are usually safe, public photo albums are probably not. It's therefore a good idea to politely request removal of your last name from friends' public photo albums. Think of how embarrassing it would be to find your full moniker attached to a caption reading "butt contestant," no matter how tame or innocent the context."
One problem I'm not sure there is a way to solve--having the same name as someone else.
For the record, I'm‚ not the Adriene Hill that has the Twitter bio: "Love music, films, crafting, my handsome little kitten & everything."‚ ‚ I'm also not a chiropractor in Florida.