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google search showing deleted article by shibley rahman - needs removed NOW


    this negative, false and out of context url for his blog needs removed now!

    after searching my name I find - jamie glenday - the above return - it is false and deleted by the author but your archive continues to show it and it is capitalised - he needs warned and the content removed. this was a result of me trying to help him with letter to the BBC supporting his situation

    Many thanks,

    Jamie Glenday

    The blog I need help with is

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  3. google search showing deleted article. How to remove it?

  4. Google and Bing clear their caches of deleted indexed content about every 3 to 6 months and like I said above we have no control over that removal. Some other search engines never clear their caches of deleted indexed material.

  5. Thank you timethief

  6. I went to my own blog - changed the title and slug - all updated - why is this slug URL showing at all as the blog is deleted?

    I wrote the letter to support Dr Shibley Rahman ove rthe above now as google is to blame - despite being able to change a post myself that updated immediately on wordpress - Do you have any advice on way ahead or intend to follow up with Dr Rahman on this damaging post!

    WordPress has a dreadful rep for being closed - due to the open free speach agenda :) This is libelous and damaging falsehood - wordpress needs a more proactive approach to these situations - IN MY EXPERIENCE

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