Remove or Disable the feature "flagged this content as possibly containing sensitive information"
Recently docs.com released a new feature described in this link.
Many documents already published or publishing become "no longer available publicly".
I wonder this feature is unmeaningful and harmful because docs.com marked my document as sensitive only because it contains the word "password". The word "password" itself is NOT sensitive. For example, I publish a lot of technical documentation. If the commands or source codes in my document contain the word "password", I can't make my document public.
I hope docs.com remove this feature shortly. Or, at least, we can opt out this feature.
Takayoshi Tanaka commented
Thank you for a comment. I tried the re-uploading, but I can't fix this issue without modifying my document. And if my slides contain the word like "password", I can't make it public. Besides, docs.com won't tell me what're "banned" words. I know "password" is banned as I tested several documents.
I understand the reason docs.com introduce this feature. But the current feature has few meanings for this reason. Because the word "password" itself doesn't usually mean it containing the secret info.
James Parker commented
Does re-uploading the document fix the problem as in the instructions (https://sway.com/2cdHbZ8pgWdATAsd)?
We have some Sway documents with the same issue (https://docscom.uservoice.com/forums/296145-docs-com-users-english/suggestions/18748912-how-can-i-re-upload-a-sway-document). Sway documents are created online so there is no re-upload option. Sway documents can be accessed via sway.com to there is not much point in blocking this type of document in docs.com.
This is why docs.com released this "feature": https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/03/27/microsoft_docs_com_office_365_leak/