BREAKING: GOOGLE SHUTS DOWN LindaIkeji.Blogspot.com, the End of a Legendary Blog?

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I was just preparing to release a Podcast episode where I address the Linda Ikeji saga and TB Joshua when I received notice that her blog has been taken down. I will still move forward with the Podcast. Stay tuned for more information on this breaking news.


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Blog has been removed

Sorry, the blog at lindaikeji.blogspot.com has been removed. This address is not available for new blogs.

Did you expect to see your blog here? See: ‘I can’t find my blog on the Web, where is it?

How Google Works in Shutting Down Your Blog

“Report abuse

Blogger takes violations of our Terms of Service very seriously. We encourage you to read through our Terms of Serviceas well as the Blogger Content Policy before filing a report with us.

After careful review, Blogger may remove content or place a content warning page before viewing content deemed offensive, harmful, or dangerous.

Additionally, we are aware that there may be content on Blogger that is personal in nature or feels invasive. Please note that Blogger is a provider of content creation tools, not a mediator of that content. We allow our users to create blogs, but we don’t make any claims about the content of these pages. We strongly believe in freedom of expression, even if a blog contains unappealing or distasteful content or presents unpopular viewpoints. We realize this may be frustrating, and we regret any inconvenience this may cause you. In cases where contact information for the author is listed on the page, we recommend that you work directly with this person to have the content in question removed or changed.

Here are some examples of content we will not remove unless provided with a court order:

  • Parody or satire of individuals.
  • Distasteful imagery or language.
  • Political or social commentary.

What happens when content is removed?

“When content is removed from a blog, the author(s) and admin(s) will be notified by email, a message on their Blogger dashboard, or both. Readers attempting to access that content will be shown a message that indicates that the content has been removed and, a link to a copy of the removal notice itself.

If you believe that you’ve found a blog that violates our Terms of Service, select the abuse type below to access the relevant contact form.” (Emphasis added by me)

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