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Starting in May of 2019, each time your site is found to change from “Not reviewed” or “Passing” to “Failing” status within a one year (365 day) period, the amount of time you have to fix the issues and request a review decreases. In addition, if you’ve been in “Failing” status 3 or more times in a one year period, you’ll be unable to request a review for 24 hours.
The 1st time your site’s status changes to “Failing” within a one year time period, you have 30 days to fix the issues and request a review before ad filtering begins; the 2nd time your status changes to “Failing” you have 7 days; if your site is found to be in “Failing” status 3 or more times within a one year period, ad filtering begins immediately and you’ll be unable to submit the site for review for 24 hours. "Failing" statuses that occurred prior to May 2019 are not counted.
Note that the above time-frame is accounted for in the Ad filtering status at the top of the Report.
When you do submit your site for a review, ad filtering is paused until the review is complete.
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