I have a few pages marked as copied on my account (and they have been copied). At the same time, all have been removed from Google search after DMCA notices.
I seem to remember Thoogun complaining that one of his copied pages was unpublished without warning. I am hoping my pages will escape that fate.
So, could I suggest that staff make it clear what their policy is in the case of copies removed from Google search but still online?
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