varun21 - 8:57 am on Feb 22, 2013 (gmt 0)
@denisl: I believe they have more comprehensive logs than our apache raw logs. They are not looking to analyze it. They already know what happened, now they want to know why it happened at the first place.
In this case I was using a framebuster. I believe accounts are disabled by their bots, not humans. (I though need to correct myself that it got disabled on 23rd not 18th; can't see how I can edit the original post.)
In the AdSense help center, they explain invalid clicks as clicks or page impressions which may raise the spending of the advertiser.
@RestAssured: I do second your observations from my experience. My usual page impressions are around 1.2k mark daily. But Jan kept me busy with my design projects and the traffic slided.
A few years back my friend signed up for AdSense and she was only getting 0-5 visits per day. Soon after she was banned (Oh she doesn't touch the net, I signed her up). So the Google filters' algorithm definitely runs on percentages. Getting low traffic and one wrong click you could be gone. Getting millions of pageviews? They are fine with that.