Content Removal Request
- Content on our site is organized as RSS channels that contain one or more RSS articles. All RSS articles in an RSS channel are sourced from the same RSS feed whose URL is shown on top of every page next to the RSS channel title.
- You may request an entire RSS channel to be removed from our site if you own the RSS feed where the RSS channel content is sourced from.
- You may request an individual RSS article to be removed from our site for copyright violations, invasions of privacy, spreading untrue rumors, holding illegal content (child pornography, spyware, links to malicious sites, etc.), and other valid reasons as they come up.
- For RSS channel removal, the easiest way to send us a request is to click on "Contact us about this channel" link on the top left hand menu of any page showing an RSS channel content. You may also use our automated system to remove your RSS feed from our system by following the "Claim this channel" link on the top left hand menu of any page.
- For RSS article removal, the easiest way to send us a request is to click on "Contact us about this article" link which appears after clicking the menu button () on the right corner of each article title.
- An RSS channel may consist of many pages each showing multiple articles. However, if you are requesting an RSS channel to be removed, you can identify a channel to us by sending the URL for any of the pages in an RSS channel. To obatin the URL for an RSS channel, navigate to any of the pages in a channel and copy the URL from your browser's address bar. An RSS channel URL may take any of the following forms:
- If you are sending us an article removal request, please note that a single URL on our site shows more than one RSS article each with its own date and title. In order to request an article to be removed, you must send us the URL that identifies the article. Sending the URL for the page is not sufficient for identifying an article. To identify the article URL, navigate to the article that shows the content, click on the title of the article and after the new page is loaded, copy the URL from your browser's address bar. Alternatively, you can right click on the title of an article and choose "copy link loation". The URL for an RSS article takes the following general form:
- Note: both indx and item have to be specified.
- To submit a content removal request, please chosse one of the following links: