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If that's the case then Google should indicate that in their emails instead of sending generic warning emails. Even specifying that it's a copyright violation will help instead of beating around the bush and causing anxiety.

Either way, it seems that Google has dropped the ball in terms of good communication.

Have you considered that perhaps there are reasons for sending generic warning emails that you either haven't thought of or are undervaluing?

If developers don't know these reasons, it might as well be a black box oracle, huffing fumes, rolling dice, and sending out warnings based on the results.

Downvoted you by accident! Sorry!

No worries. I really wish HN would give you a grace period in which you can reverse that. :/

So... no?

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