Google investigates puzzling declining files

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Google Docs appears to be locking users out of files by flagging papers as violating a terms of services

Numerous Google Docs users have reported that they are being mysteriously sealed out of certain files in their accounts.

The blunder causes files to be flagged as violating Google’s terms of service.

Users perceived a summary saying: “This object has been flagged as inapt and can no longer be shared.”

“We’re questioning reports of an emanate with Google Docs,” a orator told a BBC. “We will yield some-more information when appropriate.”

Users have taken to Twitter to protest about a issue, observant that while they were operative on papers a shade unexpected froze, and afterwards a summary came adult revelation them they could no longer entrance a file.

Some people have also reported that another blunder prevented them from promulgation Google interest requests to clear their files.

Other bizarre poise has been beheld on a use – one user, Iain Mackenzie, pronounced a difference “game is over” had flashed adult in a Google Docs request he had been modifying and afterwards disappeared.

Mr Mackenzie pronounced that no other user had been in a record during a time, and that a Google Docs revisions record showed usually he had been modifying a request for a past few hours.