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Google blocks Twitpic after false positive detection

Google on Sunday started detecting TwitPic.com as a threat. Currently, if you try to access the site from Google.com using any browser (link), you’ll get a malware warning.

Furthermore, whenever you use Google Chrome, TwitPic.com pages as well as Twitter pages that rely on the service will issue a blocking prompt as well.

Now Google has removed the block and access should be restored.

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