Sir Xsarus wrote:
Well, also **** Zam for using Adsense when their websites are hinged on an active community and user participation. Use a different ad service.
Seriously, some of these restrictions are ridiculous: https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/1348688?hl=en
Sexual tips and health
Google ads may not be placed on content that provides tips regarding sexual performance or discusses some treatments of sexual health issues. Examples include, but are not limited to:
• advice about improving sexual performance
• discussions and/or images of sexually transmitted diseases
• sexual health advice related to pregnancy, childbirth, or family planning
Sexually gratifying content
• images of men or women posing and/or undressing in a seductive manner
What's the policy?
Our program policies don't allow Google ads to be placed on content that contains graphic or gory images such as bloodshed, fight scenes, and gruesome or freak accidents. Publishers are responsible for every page on which their ad code appears and for screening any text, images, videos, or other media which will appear on a page with Google ads.
Examples Not acceptable
• Breaking bones
• Getting hit by trains/cars
• Receiving other serious injuries
• Sites with gory videos or images
Some of that is even more restrictive than G-rated. Even Disney movies have a "man or woman posing in a seductive manner."
And apparently discussing contraception or HIV is right-out! Wouldn't want kids to read something about HIV like how I learned about it in school at age eight, 23 years ago.