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Policy violations: Partial nudity in personalized advertising

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Hello,

 

Some products in our client's feed are being flagged for partial nudity. From what I've learned about this issue, one way to get them approved is to manually request a review for each record.

 

Is that true? Is there a more efficient way for Google to review the falsely flagged images?

 

I was also told we could resubmit our feed to force a system check. How can you do that if you are using the Content API? Is there a way to resubmit via the Content API without completely removing it and adding it again?

 

Our feed has thousands of products and we only know of a handful of records being flagged for partial nudity. Is there a way to filter our feed in Merchant Center to ALL records being flagged for partial nudity? The issue could be more widespread than we're aware of and it would be awful to try to do a manual check.

 

Thank you!

 

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Policy violations: Partial nudity in personalized advertising

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This reply is based on your provided info and as you have not mentioned there are not partial nudity.

 

If a product is a partial nudity then you need to set your Google Merchant Center account to adult and identify each product in the data feed with the adult = true

 

Requesting a review, while these products are still considered nudity, will not work.

 

Ether change the image or assign the correct values.

 

You can not force a check with resubmitting the feed. A recheck can happen when the content supplied changes.

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Policy violations: Partial nudity in personalized advertising

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Hello!

Joe W.

 

It is a very sad thing that the wrong flag was attached. However, you think that it is better not to take special countermeasures such as mastery of API.

Google may mistakenly recognize your correspondence as spam.

So it is safe to inquire by email when you have trouble related to policy or contact the telephone counter at emergency.

Thank you very much.

If I can use the API, my eyes tend to be there, but the correspondence of customer support is not bad

I wish you good luck.

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Policy violations: Partial nudity in personalized advertising

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This reply is based on your provided info and as you have not mentioned there are not partial nudity.

 

If a product is a partial nudity then you need to set your Google Merchant Center account to adult and identify each product in the data feed with the adult = true

 

Requesting a review, while these products are still considered nudity, will not work.

 

Ether change the image or assign the correct values.

 

You can not force a check with resubmitting the feed. A recheck can happen when the content supplied changes.

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