Google has quietly been removing reviews from its service. The reason for the change is that the site has been receiving enough complaints that the company has decided to review the reviews on a regular basis. Until now, Google has refused to do so.
This new policy was announced in the wake of a lawsuit filed by a French consumer advocacy group. The group was asking for Google to remove the service from its search results (which is how people find it). The group also alleged that the site was promoting illegal SEO techniques, and that the company was engaging in the kind of “harassment” that Google forbids.
Google says they are reviewing reviews now, and they will keep doing so. But Google says that it’ll continue to ban certain sites from their search results if they’re seen to be “engaging in the kind of harassment that Google forbids.” This is a change from their previous policy that banned any site that was engaging in illegal SEO techniques.
You read that right. They won’t be looking at any reviews anymore. Google says that they are reviewing reviews now, and they will keep doing so. But Google says that they’ll continue to ban certain sites from their search results if they’re seen to be engaging in the kind of harassment that Google forbids. This is a change from their previous policy that banned any site that was engaging in illegal SEO techniques.
In the past, Google’s policy was pretty strict. This time around they are banning any site that is engaging in illegal SEO techniques. This includes any site that is engaging in things like link building, spamming, or any other illegal practices. Even sites that have legitimate, legal content on their sites.
According to Google spokesperson, the policy is not intended to shut down legitimate sites, but to prevent people from engaging in illegal activities that may end up disrupting the search engines.
This is a pretty huge change in the way Google sees its algorithms. Even though the policy is now stricter, I don’t believe that Google’s going to start banning sites solely on the basis of illegal SEO practices. I think the policy will be more of a “we can’t be bothered to check all the sites out if there is something questionable associated with them,” and that’s definitely not what I want to see.
This is just my opinion, but I think its a good time to be clear that even though the government is making changes, its not Google who is doing the changes. Google is not the one who is changing the algorithm. Google is taking steps to make sure that the search engines work better. In fact, they are making it harder to cheat. They are trying to prevent sites from ranking lower than their own sites, which is what is happening now.
Google has been working on this for a while now, and they are trying to make it harder than ever to cheat. The algorithm that they are trying to prevent is called a “spider”. Google has a lot of sites to worry about, but they have not said who will be the ones doing the spidering. They are trying to prevent sites from ranking lower than their own sites, which is what is happening now.
As we all know, Google has been trying to make their algorithm more transparent and more efficient. It’s been a long time since Google has been completely transparent about any of this and has been trying to solve this problem for years. At this point, it’s not clear exactly what has happened and what the issue is.