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I only have them on for 1/2 the day, if that.
Thanks Lame_Wolf. That's exactly the conclusion I'm coming to.Let's say there are 450 networks, and I have allowed them all. Plus, the box is ticked to "Automatically allow new Google-certified ad networks"
In my opinion this is a grey area, and not one which will get an account disabled generally.
Others have taken the approach that they check and verify each ad network, and then ad a note about each in their policy.
I've been a publisher for a while also, and have no problems with the TOS or privacy issue.