turbocharged - 5:16 pm on Apr 28, 2013 (gmt 0)
I've come to the conclusion that using Google's public URL removal tool is futile. It asks to enter a keyword that appears in the cached page that no longer appears on the live site. I've tried many different single words and the result I am getting is:
The content you submitted for cache removal appears on a live page.
If the live proxy page is blocked by htaccess, and returns a 403/405 error, how can every word I am using be appearing on a live page according to Google? It's not like I am using the word "forbidden" or anything like that. I'll just chalk this one up as another wasted but billable effort compliments of Google.