Google AdSense udated Terms and Conditions

The Google AdSense Blog has posted an imidiate update to AdSense Terms and Conditions, which’re available in your AdSense account and as soon, you sign in, you see that the Terms have been updated, prompting you to read through and accept them. This time around, most of the changes to the Terms and Conditions fall into […]

The Google AdSense Blog has posted an imidiate update to AdSense Terms and Conditions, which’re available in your AdSense account and as soon, you sign in, you see that the Terms have been updated, prompting you to read through and accept them.

This time around, most of the changes to the Terms and Conditions fall into two broad categories: 1) future products and features and 2) privacy requirements. Specifically, one of the main changes is that the terms anticipate future products that may become available in other advertising formats and mediums, for example Gadget Ads. As we look forward to monetizing more online and offline content, we've re-worded some portions of the terms to make them applicable across a broader array of media and formats -- anticipating, for example, that future products may be priced, paid, or managed differently than current ones.

We've also added some specific requirements that make it necessary for publishers to post and abide by a transparent privacy policy that users see. According to this policy, publishers must notify their users of the use of cookies and/or web beacons to collect data in the ad serving process. This change relates to advertisers' use of innovative products and features like Gadget Ads and other offerings in the future.

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