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Tonight, we're going to hear a story about a guy named Aaron Greenspan, who sued AdSense for disabling his account — and, he won the case.  The Google AdSense team has been disabling many accounts to protect other publishers and advertisers interests.  However, at times, they aren't necessarily correct…  Many people have lost their hard-earned AdSense revenue due to having their account(s) disabled.

Undoubtedly, Google AdSense rules the contextual ad space.  Regardless, Google will keep serving your ad space with advertisements — provided, of course, that you have a valid Google AdSense account.  Otherwise, you have to turn to AdSense-alternative program for your ad revenue stream.

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Aaron Greenspan Sued Google for Disabling His AdSense Account

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by James Stewart
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Tonight, we're going to hear a story about a guy named Aaron Greenspan, who sued AdSense for disabling his account — and, he won the case.  The Google AdSense team has been disabling many accounts to protect other publishers and advertisers interests.  However, at times, they aren't necessarily correct…  Many people have lost their hard-earned AdSense revenue due to having their account(s) disabled.

Undoubtedly, Google AdSense rules the contextual ad space.  Regardless, Google will keep serving your ad space with advertisements — provided, of course, that you have a valid Google AdSense account.  Otherwise, you have to turn to AdSense-alternative program for your ad revenue stream.

This story's about Aaron Greenspan.  One fine day, Greenspan received the following e-mail from the AdSense team:

Your AdSense account for this login is currently disabled.  We recommend checking your email inboxes for any messages we may have sent you regarding your account status.  Sometimes our messages can be caught by email filters, so please be sure to check the Bulk/Spam folders of your email accounts as well.
 
If your account was disabled for invalid click activity, please visit our Disabled Account FAQ for more information.
 
Return to AdSense home.

Greenspan was somewhat shocked and amazed by this.  He was fairly certain that he'd not committed any fraudulent action(s).  Like many others, he attempted to contact the Google AdSense team via several methods — AdSense forum, AdWords, e-mail, etc.  He tried everything that he could think of, but he was unable to get in-touch with them though.

He'd had almost $721 USD in his account.  However, due to Google AdSense policies, he wasn't able to successfully withdraw the monies.  I've seen similar issues with many bloggers, whose Google AdSense account(s) were suspended and/or terminated — they lost their monies.

Aaron didn't give up though.  He filed a case against the Google AdSense team.  After some argument, he won his case.  Google AdSense was ordered to pay $761 USD — $721 and $40 for court costs/fees — to¬†Greenspan.

Many people face the similar problems with their AdSense account(s).  Most, will more than likely give up, after trying for a brief period.  However, I'm sure that Greenspan's story may give you some hope and/or inspiration if it were to happen to you.

 
Categories:  Law  
Tags:  News, The Suck

 
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  1. Why I Sued Google (and Won) [Updated]
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