Examples of content that may be considered sexually gratifying include, but are not limited to: Back to top Google ads may not be placed on pages that promote, sell, or discuss sexual fetishes, aids, devices, or enhancement tools.A fetish may be an obsession or sexual desire in which gratification is dependent upon specific objects (diapers, food items, etc.), materials (leather, latex, etc), parts of a body (feet, toes, ears, etc.), or situations.For more information about different types of adult violations, click on the links below: Nudity and pornography Sexually gratifying content Fetishes and sexual aids Mail order brides, escort services, adult or sexual dating sites Adult links to external sites Adult search results Explicit text and extreme profanity Comment spam Sexual tips and health Google ads may not be placed on pages that contain nudity or pornography.Examples include, but are not limited to, pages with images, videos, or descriptions containing: Back to top Google ads may not be placed on content that is sexually suggestive and/or intended to cause sexual arousal.
Examples include, but are not limited to, search results pages for: Back to top Google ads may not be placed on pages containing any form of comment spam (including adult language).Examples of comment spam include, but are not limited to: random sentences and/or portions of sentences to forum posts that have been copied and pasted from other sources, random and/or nonsensical words, and phrases that are unrelated to the topic.The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong.Publishers are not permitted to place Google ads or Ad Sense for search (AFS) search boxes on pages with adult or mature content.
While we recognize that interpretations of adult or mature content may vary across countries and cultures, we hold all publishers accountable to the same content requirements so that we can ensure a safe and healthy global advertising ecosystem.If you’re unsure about whether or not something might be considered adult content, our general rule of thumb is this: if you wouldn’t want a child to see the content or you would be embarrassed to view the page at work in front of colleagues, then you should not place ad code on it.