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I hope for you they don't ressucitate these things into the cache as they do occasionally, that might cause your nightmare to return.
Also, beware of dodgy directories that scrape DMOZ data automatically, and replace all the nice html links for deadly 302 script links. Not much that can be done against these, it's automated.
The only way would be to ask DMOZ itself to remove the good, valuable link they have to your site. Lord knows how long this might take. I recall from my own editing days that DMOZ considers it their right to list your site, and that you have no right to require being de-listed.
I don't suggest you do this or that DMOZ changes their policies, I'm only pointing out how absurd the situation has become when begging DMOZ to remove your site from their listing has become something a rational websmaster who values his/her website might want to consider. It's not DMOZ's fault, it's just that their data is being exploited with sinister intents by a tiny minority of unscrupulous webmasters.
And also pointing out that while you might have some control or influence some of these links to your site, some of them are cold, automated and completely deaf.
You just have to wait for Google to fix this bug.
If I search for domain name of my website in Google directory its says result does not match any documents. Is still google using DMOZ coz in DMOZ my site link is present.
At present I am not changing any pages in my website.
How about building sitemap from google sitemap will it help?
1-Site was PR7 before being jacked. Then trashed to PR0 & out of index by google.
2-After reading about 302 problem here this spring, did an allinurl: search of index page & found offending site taking my place.
3-eMailed Google & asked them to look at the offending site. (basically links, redirects, & adware -no content.) G never responded, but I noticed they dumped this highjacking site from their index about a week later.
4-used .htaccess to redirect domain.com to www.domain.com
5-checked for relative links. (none, always used absolute links)
6-never did any removal or reinclusion request. never changed index page content.
hope this gives hope or ideas to others in the same position.