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Update (19/09/2012): This procedure has changed. To send feedback regarding Google+ follow the steps below: Click on the cog wheel button in the upper-right part of the page Click on Send feedback Follow the steps in the window that will appear Source. Go to you Google+ account. In the bottom right corner you have a Send Feedback button. Click it A ...


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Sorry to hear that - if you cannot use the method for verifying by ID, then you might want to try reporting the profile as underage (even if it is fake) As the parent of child in the profile content, you (hopefully) should be able to get it removed. https://www.facebook.com/help/contact/?id=210036389087590 If you're reporting a child's account ...


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From Google+ Discuss: To report an issue, go to Google+ and click “Send feedback” at the bottom of the page.


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According to the Google+ Help Forum if you want to report an issue you need to use the "Send Feedback" at the bottom of the page. Find answers to your Google+ questions, and build karma by sharing your knowledge in our Google+ Discuss community. To report an issue, go to Google+ and click “Send feedback” at the bottom of the page. Check out our ...


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In the whois there should be an "abuse" address. Write there. That said... While it might be your right to want that picture removed, I think you are too paranoid about "compromising your career". Your employers should not care about whatever you do in your spare time: they should only care about if you actually manage to do your job or not. If someone ...


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The page you link to has a big red button with the following text underneath Use this button to report spam abuse. This will create a new section/report on the talk page. Click that button and it takes you to a new page where you can report the spam. You need to one of the specified templates: {{IP summary|127.0.0.1}} -- to report anonymous editors ...


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As Al Everett said in a comment above, Wikipedia makes no secret of the deletion process. There's a Wikipedia page, put out by Wikipedia, about it.


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Not much of an answer, but in this Mashable article it’s stated that If the user wishes to report the content to Facebook, he or she can also choose to include a trusted authority figure, such as a teacher or parent, as a contact in that incident report.


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This seems to be still working, and this is how I believe it is done: Sign into your Google Analytics account Click on Standard Reporting Click on Email BETA Enter your email address and Subject in their respective fields Click on the ", CSV" drop down menu to choose one report format Ensure Weekly is selected next to the Frequency label Click on your day ...



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