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1) Yes ii) Unknown, but it may help to keep the information under seal in the court records instead of being accessible to anyone who requests the records of the case. C) I wouldn't at this time. This has very little to do with you personally. The plaintiff is attempting to show that Google acted in an arbitrary or capricious fashion when they closed his ...


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Its a waste to show my already existing customers my company ads. It isn't, but we won't address using remarketing to drive referrals, reviews and upsells in in this question. To combat segmenting with remarketing, lets focus on this part of the question: My customers would regularly visit my website to access the updates about their account. ...


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Blanking a page for 200ms such as for a page loader or splash screen is allowed and complies with the terms of AdSense. The only time that blanking the content will be an issue with AdSense is if you are blanking just over the AdSense section.


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Sourced directly from the Google support site (https://support.google.com/adsense/answer/1346295?hl=en#Placing_ads_under_a_misleading_heading) It's important that visitors to your site are not misled in any way and are able to easily distinguish content from Google ads. This policy prohibits placing ads under misleading headings such as "resources" or ...


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That is not mislabeling, that is not dragging unnatural attention. That is just what it says and what it says is what it actually is - it is loading. I don't see any problem with that.



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