This time, there was no notice e-mail at all. It was taken down, and there was no clear reason behind it, no notice, nothing. Google, a company that violates privacy of millions of people, took my hard work down without any explanation.

And when they did this, they could have accessed the e-mail threads of their team admitting that Kozmos' extension did not violate any policy but their bots actually made poor conclusions.

Obviously, Google doesn't care about the policies they wrote. They want to take down, they can take down.

And as a developer who actually worked hard to build software that respects people's privacy, there is no way to request Google to correct the mistake they made. You can't access any sort of contact information, you can't ask help, there is no support system, even though every developer is charged 5$ initial fee for publishing extensions