Remarkable: Google Restores Linda Ikeji Blog
Tech giant, Google has restored Linda Ikeji’s blog barely 24 hours after it was shut down following complaints of plagiarism to Google by the Editor-in-Chief of United States-based 15Past8 media group, Mr Ayee Dee.
“Linda broke the news via twitter handle in the early hours of Friday, stating that this is a mean feat achieved because she learnt it usually takes weeks or months for google to restore suspended blogs,” said Ms. Ikeji.
She said “Google has restored my blog. About 24 hours after it was deleted. I hear it’s a record. Yay! Normally it takes weeks or even months for Google to restore a deleted blog. But we are special here! Lol”
“The people who took it down knew what to do. You get a number of strikes on blogger and after that it is automatically deleted. It’s automated, programmed to work that way. But the human beings got involved, checked out all the filed complaints, saw they were bogus and restored the Linda Ikeji Blog”
“Thanks LIBers, you guys rock! Make sure you read the next post coming…”
Google has explained earlier that they had to suspend Linda Ikeji’s bog because they take the issue of copyright seriously.
Google’s Manager for Communications and Public Affairs, Anglo-Phone West Africa, Taiwo Kolade-Ogunlade, “To respect the rights of copyright holders, Google clearly spells out how users of its products and services can get permission to use someone else’s intellectual property such as text, songs, images and footages. Google is no respecter of anybody when it came to the issues of copyright infringement, copyright is a big deal.
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