For no valid reason, Twitter has identified my computer and location to suspend me from their service.
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I’ve been avoiding using Google Cloud for the longest time. Way back in the day, I was a huge Google supporter, excitedly exploring every new app or program Google Labs had released. Traveling overseas, Google Buzz was the best way to get attention as I posted photos and updated my blog from town to town: … Continue reading My Struggle with Google
Google has recanted its pro-censorship policy, after hearing the protest from its legacy users. That’s good, but I’d still like to find an online home where I don’t have to worry about such things. In other news, I’ve successfully sold a couple stories over Google Play Books. Please check me out there if you’re so … Continue reading Newer Opportunities
In four weeks, Google will be revising its position on freedom of speech and begin censoring its adult-content users. These users have heretofore complied with Google’s conditions, but Google is changing the rules. Anyone showing nude images or video will be deleted, unless they set their blog to Private. And even then, how long will … Continue reading Google’s Censorship
Discouraging: I was making updates to my website when Google Sites announced that it “has been suspended for violations of our Terms of Service.” I believe I read through the ToS and I don’t think I’m trying to “get away” with anything. I appealed the suspension and hope my site will be available to the … Continue reading Google Sites: FAIL
Oh no, I hope this doesn’t get in the way of things. PayPal sparks furor over limits on “obscene” e-books I don’t think PayPal has the right to order something like that. All they have to do is collect and channel money. They have working relationships with the banks, but I don’t think the banks … Continue reading PayPal Orders a Publisher to Self-Censor