A quick Google search will show you the links to the official IRD Facebook page and Twitter account, but the Twitter link is missing.
If you use Google’s “Find My Friends” feature you can see a number of IRD websites listed there, including one which uses the IRD logo.
However, the Facebook page does not seem to be visible, and you can’t see any of the IRDs Twitter feed.
It is worth noting that there is a Google cache of IRDs twitter feed, but this is a temporary one, and the link may have been removed.
If the Twitter account has been taken down, the IRDM Facebook page can still be found, and links to it are available to use.
Google searches on IRD sites A search for “IRD links” brings up a number on Google, but it doesn’t seem to help.
In fact, Google doesn’t show any results.
One Google search shows a few links to “iridium link” but that’s it.
A search on “IRDs Twitter page” returns no results either.
The IRDM Twitter feed, which uses a Google Cache link, does appear on the search results page.
Google says that the IRDP Facebook page “has been added to Google’s cache”, so there may be a cached version of it.
If there is one, though, the link is nowhere to be seen.
Google doesn, however, appear to be searching for the IRDS Twitter page.
Another search, using the “find my friends” feature, shows the IRDN Facebook page, which has been added since February, and Google’s IRD link is still there.
Google’s search results, however again don’t show the link.
It could be that Google has temporarily removed the IRDWFacebook page, or that the page is no longer in use.
However there’s no evidence that Google is actually trying to find out if the page exists.
If Google is trying to be helpful, then the IRDD Facebook page could be one of the links that could help.
IRDW Facebook page It could also be that the Facebook pages are being used to help people find other pages with IRD links.
One Facebook page is currently promoting a service which claims to have links to IRD services, and another page claims to provide IRD support for free.
However one of these pages appears to have already been removed from Google’s caches.
If a Facebook page or an IRDP page were to contain links to a service, Google could search it to see if it is still available.
If it is, Google would be able to provide users with a link to a page containing IRD resources, or perhaps to another IRDP website.
It might be a good idea to use a service that provides IRD service if you are not able to access that service on your own.
There is no evidence yet that Google or IRD have tried to remove the IRDOFacebook page.
However if a page contains links to an online service, you should consider making a change to your web browser to disable the service.