Reporting spam to Google is a nightmare

Well, every now and then I do report a spammer, for example when I find my or a fellow SEOs articles on an AdSense driven Blogger-Splog, heavily and pretty much unrelated advertised in Google Groups and Google Base via a Google Mail account, and probably even visible on organic SERPs.

Google’s network of services allows spammers to make a living from Google alone, but on the other hand it doesn’t provide the victims with a consolidated spam report form.

Why can’t Google create an enterprise wide tool to report abuse?

[Omitted: the detailed description on how to report a spamming freeloader and plagiarist to all abused Google services in less than 2.5 hours]

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