While that sounds easy, putting it into practice could be difficult...
Just wanted to save EFV a few keystrokes. ;)
Despite EFV's protests, most of these things ARE easy. Funny how he never specifies just what is so difficult.
In the case of inducements to click, it should be easy to scan (using software) for language that encourages clicking on ads. EFV's protestations against extended review time are a red herring, as no manual checking should be necessary.
PERHAPS this is included in the current algorithm. If so, it is apparently ineffective, at least in the case of the example cited.
Indeed, the biggest problem with the latest algorithm change is the slowness or utter lack of human review where innocents get caught in the wide net. Google ISN'T following-up with quick human review to get quality websites that failed their automated review back into the system. They didn't plan sufficiently to make sure they had the resources to back the automated system up with human review.