Why can't the hub pages be more specific when censoring a hub?
The reasons given to hubbers are way too broad for anyone to correct.
Yes, I think they have a system to review it, not a human. this means your hubs are parsed by a piece of code wich do research over the internet and applies some criteria. At least is what I can figure,
Censorship is always such a vague concept. We can't help it.
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