Last week I received an email surprisingly from Google Adsense team.They warned me for having adult and mature content in one of my celebrity update blog.

They asked me to remove 2 of my posting that have adult and mature content or action will be taken.Of course they will not arrest me for not fully understand their policies. But if my account get banned, all my earning will be suspended. I heard a lot of blogger mourning because their thousand dollar income is banned by Adsense Team. So before thing get worse, better I remove all my posting with nude,topless,sex tape and explicit pictures.

To be honest, there are no such picture in my celebrity blog just tags to improve my SEO. It just hot story and juicy content hehe. But since Google Adsense did not like my idea, so to be safe I removed all my posting that is not safe to watch with my children or my boss.

Kathie from Adsense Team has clarify and explain more to make sure I understand what actually Adsense ans by mature and adult content.

Hi Lankapo,

I’ve reviewed your site and found that it now seems to be in compliance
with our program policies. Thank you for making the requested changes.

Additionally, for future reference I’d be happy to clarify our policy
concerning adult or mature content. This policy may include any material
that is not appropriate for all audiences. While this obviously includes
full nudity or sexual activity, it may also include textually explicit
sexual content, some treatments of topics such as sexual health and sex
tips, and image or video content containing lewd or provocative poses,
strategically covered nudity, see-through or sheer clothing, and close-ups
of breasts, butts, or crotches.

While it’s not a sure test, we sometimes suggest that publishers ask
themselves the following questions to determine if content is family-safe:
Would I be comfortable viewing this content with my parents or children in
the same room? Would I feel comfortable viewing this content if my boss
walked up behind me while I had this content on my screen? If the answer
to either of these questions is no, then it is likely that some

advertisers would not be comfortable showing their ads on such content and
we might consider it mature.

We appreciate your cooperation.

Sincerely,

Katie
The Google AdSense Team

 

So guys if you have any blog or site that you are not sure comply or not with Adsense Policies, just email them and ask. If not, watch out, Google is everywhere hehe