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Read moreThe search engine giant has been cracking down on sites with controversial content like hate speech, pornography, and gambling, which have been linked to violent crimes and terrorism.
The search giant recently began banning sites like Voat, which has been criticised for hosting a “Reddit-style” community for Redditors to share news.
It was not clear how the ban would affect other sites.
Voat has also been blocked from search results by Google, which says it can’t “reasonably justify” blocking sites like it.
However, it is unclear how the new rule would affect Voat.
Vos said in a blog post that it is not banning Voat but blocking Google’s search results because Voat violates their terms of service.
“As a service provider, we are also prohibited from participating in the Google search algorithm,” the blog said.
“In this way, we have been blocked by Google from seeing the results from the search engine.”
“Google is not the arbiter of good and bad content.
Google is a platform that can determine whether or not content is legal and should therefore block it,” Vos wrote.”
So, we believe that we have no obligation to Google, and we will not engage in content that violates Google’s Terms of Service.”
Google’s terms are not clear about whether it has a role in policing the content on sites like these.
Google has not said how many times Vos violated its terms of usage.
But it has blocked Vos’ account from searches, since its domain name was registered on October 20.
Vose told Business Insider that Voat’s account was blocked because it had a domain name registered in an unauthorised manner.
“Vos has been asked to verify that the domain name on which they operate is valid, and Vos is doing so,” he said.
“This has now been suspended, as we do not want any repeat of this.”
Vos added that VOS will continue to operate Vos, which he described as a “free speech platform” and a “community” on Vos.
“The problem with these communities is that they are built on false premises, and they are not independent,” Vose said.
Vous said Vos was using the service to provide a forum to debate the debate surrounding gun control and the death of Freddie Gray.
“We believe that a free society must also include a civil discourse on gun control,” he added.VOS said it has had to remove several of Vos users because they are violating the terms and conditions of their accounts.
Voser’s Vos also recently shut down its website.
Voter information and email addressVoser said that, after receiving feedback from people on its Facebook page, it decided to remove the user’s information and address, and to make their Facebook account private.
“This was not an isolated incident.
Many of our users are now experiencing a variety of issues related to this matter, and this is only a beginning.”
“If someone violated VOS’s privacy policies or breached its terms, Vos will take action against them.
We are working with law enforcement to provide an effective remedy,” Voso said.
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