For a more common word, I would like to propose deleted.
In HTML syntax, the
del element (short for deleted text) is to be used when an edit is made to a document such that some text is considered outdated, irrelevant or incorrect. From W3C:
The del element represents a removal from the document.
When text is placed inside a
del element, browsers will normally present the affected text by applying a strikethrough effect to it.
In your example, it would be phrased: 'the text [...] has been deleted.'
Dictionary entries for delete also support this usage.
Remove or obliterate (written or printed matter), especially by drawing a line through it
to strike out or remove (something written or printed); cancel; erase; expunge.
to remove or draw a line through something, especially a written word or words