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It has been over 3 weeks now that google was notified...received response from google in about 1 or two days that action would be taken.
But on Adsense matters, their policies leave much to be desired. Content-less sites proliferate. Clear violators of their terms of service continue to show ads even after being reported.
It seems pretty clear that Google has little concern for having spawned an onslaught of web sites of no consequence and no value to anybody but the creator.
They should change their motto from "Do no evil" to "Do good". It might do us all some good.
I did that when I saw a guy in my niche asking people to click on ads to help support his site. I told him adsense could pull his account for that. He had no clue it was not allowed and happy I emailed him.
As long as the number of threads of each type are about the same, I think Google actually does a pretty good job in guarding the T&C. Not everyone accidentally doing something wrong should be kicked out the system immediately. Nor is there any reason for Google to react immediately on reported violations if according to their stats the violation itself doesn't generate a large amount of money for the publisher.
AdSense T&C are not clear on a number of points and I think this is how Google wants it. It gives them the freedom when examining a site and its stats to take more into account than just the text of the T&C. Some activities are prohibited in the English version of the T&C but not in the Dutch version. I informed AdSense many months ago about this difference but they didn't change it, so I guess it is intentionally. If they want to have the freedom to interpret the T&C depending on the situation, it is very difficult for us outsiders to define when something is a "outrageous AdSense violation" and when it isn't.
MFA sites are Google's problem AFAIC, and I personally wouldn't worry about it.