That deals with invalid clicks. When I tried to find out about where impressions that were not coming from any URLs that I have in my URL Channels were coming from (which should cover everywhere *I* have my AdSense code) they kept telling me to send in my logs for any suspicious activity I noticed. I informed them that the thing that made it suspicious was that they appeared to be coming from somewhere else other than my site, and my logs would not actually show anything.
It took six emails to get the "specialist" to understand this. The advice I got was:
Add Google Analytics
Review my traffic logs
Add Google Analytics (again)
Was told again that clicks were monitored (in response to me saying it wasn't clicks I was worried about)
I am a very patient person, and very good at getting my point across, but I'm guessing that the kind of replies I got would have frustrated most people into giving up, and with bannings you don't even have the option of a volley of emails like that (from what I understand, anyways).
My understanding is that people who get banned get exactly one appeal, and if the reason they are being banned is due to a site that is displaying their AdSense code being in violation, they are not told which site that is (I know I was told that letting me know which sites were running my AdSense code would give away proprietary info, which is makes zero sense). Can those who were banned from that at least get a second appeal now, and be allowed to know which site it was that got them banned?