Got a couple of notices from Blogger this morning that a couple of my posts 'violated community guidelines'. The first one contained a link to a site that Google has identified as a malware site, the other one, well, I don't know exactly why I got a warning.
The post in question is from 2014 and is a speculative post about the economics of the illegal drug business. Could it be that I'm not allowed to talk about the American Drug Cartel?
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Do you mean the American drug cartel called the CIA, or the DEA?
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