We recently determined that you have registered, but aren’t using, an unusually large number of Tumblr blog URLs. As you know, URL hoarding is against Tumblr’s Community Guidelines (http://www.tumblr.com/policy/en/community), as it’s important for URLs to be available equally to all of Tumblr’s users.
Because of this policy violation, we have suspended access to your primary blog. Please release all saved and unused URLs from your Tumblr account(s), then let us know when that’s been done so we can restore your access.
We won’t consider posting or reblogging material to your saved URLs after receiving this notice as a valid “use.” In addition, please do not move URLs to other accounts or create new accounts for these URLs.
We apologize for the inconvenience. It’s very important that URL real estate be available for the beneficial and fair use of all Tumblr community members, and we appreciate your help in making sure that happens.
Tumblr Trust and Safety
Thank you for sending the message to this email. A couple months ago I asked for a specific number in regard to the definition of the vague term “unusually large number”, but never received a response.
While I would be happy to release the offending URLs, I request the specific number that constitutes “an unusually large number” so I can provide this information to other Tumblr users.
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