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6/27/10
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nishad200

Google has stopped showing adsense on my blog www.free-hindi-mp3.blogspot.com . I am following all guidelines. Pls Help

Google has stopped showing adsense on my blog www.free-hindi-mp3.blogspot.com . I am following all guidelines. Pls Help. I want to make it a successful website providing latest bollywood information. How can i report to google to get the adsense back.
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Publisher1
6/27/10
Publisher1
Can we count the violations here:

Copyright ("free downloads")
Original content (sure, you wrote all the words yourself and didn't lift anything from anywhere else)
Privacy policy (not really necessary, you think, but you don't have to deal with legal process servers who can find a certain address in Mountainview CA easily)

Your disabling is 100 per cent justified (actually more like 300 per cent justified).

Even worse -- you actually think you are "following all guidelines"  Achh. 
6/27/10
Original Poster
nishad200
Can you suggest anything which I can do to get back adsense on my blog?
Publisher1
6/27/10
Publisher1
No

There is no way back in especially for someone at your level.

You are out .. for good!
1/14/11
Original Poster
nishad200
Hi. Please suggest me a way by which google will start showing adsense on my site. free-hindi-mp3.blogspot.com . The replies to my questions are pretty harsh. The are more of accusations than suggestions. Please help.
wasaweb
1/14/11
wasaweb
There is no chance. The violations did not merely contravene the AdSense T&C and Programme Policies, but they were gross infringement of third-parties' rights. Indeed, as such, your blog contravenes the Blogger ToS, and if I were you, I'd remove anything that violates intellectual property rights double quick.
 
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