15 May 2021

Losing Posts (Update)

Hello Everyone!

I have just received 7 emails in the span of a minute from the lovely people at Blogger. It seems something on the following posts had triggered an automatic intervention from them (Mothers Day Prologue, Winning The Bet, The Contraption, Nothing Too Crazy, Video Call Reunion, Reenactment, and The Chaperone). These posts have therefore been deleted by Blogger themselves and are now lost.

As you can imagine, I'm a little upset about this. Apparently these posts infringed on malware and viruses policy, which I can't quite understand. The images and gifs I use are pornographic in nature and these things are prone to issues like this, but I am always careful with the content I use. 

Does anybody have any insight into this problem? My biggest concern is that these posts are gone for good and any posts could suffer the same fate without warning. If it was a one of post, I'd be less worried, but 7 posts within a minute is worrying.

11 comments:

  1. I'm sorry this happened to you. I requested "Nothing to crazy" so to see it and others forced off your blog is sad to say the least.

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    1. The posts have now been reinstated. Seems it was just a misunderstanding?

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    2. Looks like they aren't showing up on your blog, at least for me. Did you need copies of them?

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    3. Well now I'm really confused. Blogger sent me emails to say these posts were reinstated and when I checked five days ago, they were back on the blog. I haven't had any more emails from Blogger, but seems they've been taken back down again...

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    4. The only post that's particularly upsetting to lose is Mother's Day Prologue, as that was a requested story that is now incomplete :(

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    5. I've got Mother's Boy Prologue and the others saved if you need them.

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    6. If you could send them through to my email, that would be greatly appreciated! :)

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  2. Maybe the images were copyrighted?

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  3. Could be due to Stegosploit?

    I doubt you would have known if the image was infectious.
    Although this being said, I'll have a look into this.

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    1. Honestly, I had never heard that word before in my life and it seems strange that those particular posts would have been problems and that they would all be flagged and taken down within the span of a minute

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