>removed for being "misleading"
That segment, "spam, miselading," is the largest. It could easily partitioned into a "spam" category and a "misleading" category, but they don't do that because by combining them they camouflage their censorship with the "spam" title.
Also note that they list "spam" before "misleading" to make it appear that the category contains more spam than misleading.
Nefarious choice of order within long lists is a ubiquitous trend. In stuff like EULAs you'll find lists like, "We can terminate your account if you assassinate someone, commit armed robbery, post CP, think unclean thoughts, or fart in public."