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Recently your bot (don't recall it's name) edited a page on Naruto Uzumaki this edit reverted my content that in no way was vandilism. So I please ask could you do some validity check on my and the Bots part. Akiba2 (talk) 07:54, 12 October 2020 (UTC)
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Hi Rich. I'm investigating why my copyvios tool is exhausting its daily quota for Google searches. According to the logs, a substantial number of API queries (over 7,000 from Thursday to Saturday) are coming from someone identifying themselves as you. You are welcome to use this tool for checking articles, but could you reduce the frequency? Our daily quota of Google searches (shared by all users of the tool) allows only about 2,000 article checks per day. I think a safe upper limit for you is 500 checks per day, working out to about one check every 3 minutes, assuming continuous usage. Can you do this? — Earwig talk 03:18, 19 October 2020 (UTC)
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