On Removing ‘Spammy Links’ From Digg.com, Google Accidentally Blocks Entire Site, Now Working On A Fix

Posted on Mar 21 2013 - 12:27am by Editorial Staff

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It would not be a good day for Digg.com indeed as the search giant Google accidentally blocked the entire Digg domain from its searches although as per its Google’s recent statement it is working on to fix the issue.

It all starter earlier today when Google blocked the website accidentally which results into no searches result returning to the Digg.com or searches for “Digg” or searches for “Digg.com.” Talking with the company’s spokesperson who told The Verge that this all happens when Google trying to remove the “spammy link” on Digg.com.

“We’re sorry about the inconvenience this morning to people trying to search for Digg,” said the Google in a statement. “In the process of removing a spammy link on Digg.com, we inadvertently applied the webspam action to the whole site. We’re correcting this, and the fix should be deployed shortly.”

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