I have a question that make me headache and looking for a solution for weeks now. Finally I decided to post that here. Let's say I have a video site that might contain semi nude (not pornographic or hardcore) thumbnails automatically generated from the video + other normal video thumbnails. There is a filter and user can set on this to not to show mature contents too.
My question is, is it OK to have these kind of thumbnails on a page with Adsense ads? As an example: A user has uploaded a video with semi nudity and I have that thumbnail on my recent videos page with Adsense ads or in a search result page. I noticed this is happening in both of <snip> below are the links (Warning: Links may contain semi nudity)
Links removed due to semi nudity.
(You may have to set family filter OFF)
HOW THEY DO THIS? WHY GOOGLE DON'T BAN THEM?
I was managed to not to display Adsense ads on watch pages and category pages that contain mature contents. Same as above sites.
[edited by: madrox at 12:43 am (utc) on Oct 2, 2012]
[edited by: incrediBILL at 2:50 am (utc) on Oct 2, 2012] [edit reason] No specifics please [/edit]
That was loud..( don't shout )..I made it less so..
Because they are probably "premium publishers"..they get huge page view numbers ..upwards of 20 million unique IPs per month ( 20 million separate visitors )..and Google gives them special rules because of it.. btw if you had read the TOS [webmasterworld.com]here ..you'd know that you can't link out to any pages that have nudity..semi, or otherwise..