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Is anyone else experiencing an 'over-zealous' policing of their Hubs by TeamHubPages?


Hubpages has 'unpublished' a poem that is both informative and respectful - and written on an important issue - bulimia! I have first-hand knowledge of this disease - being involved in the world of gymnastics! Is anyone else experiencing 'over-zealous' policing of their hubs?

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Cindy Murdoch (homesteadbound) says

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    Dennis L. Page (pagesvoice) 4 years ago

    I don't understand how that can happen. Seriously? Did you get a reason why?


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    Karen Silverman (ImKarn23) 4 years ago

    @Bridalletter: Yes, i also had one recently unpublished due to 'pixilated images'. Interestingly, the hub was 6 months old..

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    Karen Silverman (ImKarn23) 4 years ago

    They cited 'adult content', but i have written on topics such as sexual abuse, rape, pap smears etc - all 'adult content' - some using profanity as well! Not this one! Please voice your opinion to team@hubpages.com Thanks

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Dennis L. Page (pagesvoice) says

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Karen Silverman (ImKarn23) says

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    JThomp42 4 years ago

    My poem just got flagged again!!


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JThomp42 says

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    Website Examiner 4 years ago

    In my opinion, flagging a hub for using all bold font is reasonable. I would consider that a service both to the author and to readers. By comparison, a site like Wikipedia does not permit such extensive use of bold either.


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