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Are proxy sites violating Google TOS ?

Discussion in 'Guidelines / Compliance' started by sacx13, Apr 12, 2006.

  1. #1
    I have a proxy site and I dont know if I can put the ads on him ...
    if I put them up I will violate Google TOS ?

    Regards
    Adrian
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    sacx13, Apr 12, 2006 IP
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    jimkarter Notable Member

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    I think you cannot control the content people are viewing thru your proxy.. so they may voilate their TOS i think. Though I m not sure.
     
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    vlerian Well-Known Member

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    what kind of proxysite do you have?
    check: samair.ru/proxy (free proxy list). they have adsense on them.
    hidemyass.com (free web based proxy and proxylist) also has adsense.

    Try google: free proxy or something similar and see wheter they have adsense or not.
    One thing i can see form those sites is, anonymity has enough market.
    good luck.
     
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    sacx13 Active Member

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    Thanks for reply

    Regards
    Adrian
     
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    TheNetCode Peon

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    I run proxies as well. I use Google on them. You can only have the ads on the main pages and not the browesed search page that is generated. As long as your add real content to your pages and have more than a one page site that talks about a topic related to security or proxies you will be within their TOS. I have articles available on mine and also discuss security and other topics. I also have a human edited directory on mine.

    For the browsed pages you can use something like azoogleads or another system to monetize those. Just remember if you clutter up your browsed pages to much though you will lose traffic.
     
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