I have 2 broken links to similar resources that say access forbidden? Can sites refuse links?
I cannot access these sites either, and I know they exist. One is a support group. They are important resources to my article on HP. How can I access them?
Are you sure that these site are not down with server issues or that your URL says https:// (Notice the extra s)?
Theoretically a site can deny access to someone arriving from a certain site, country, IP etc. However, this is very unlikely. If it happened recently my advice is that you give it a few days.
Can you show the URLs?
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