The image and video content that you embed in your blogs/websites that run Adsense units may conflict with Adsense program policies. Hence, the Inside AdSense blog is reminding site owners who are running Adsense units to make sure that these images and videos are not offensive or disturbing enough to make advertiser feel uncomfortable to be displayed side by side with their advertisements.
Site owners who are publishing Adsense units on their sites must take note of these three types of content categories and as much as possible avoid posting these kind of contents on their sites.
- Adult or mature content videos and images that contain sexual activity, full nudity and lewd poses.
- Images and videos that contain violent or gory details of street-fighting, people hurting each other or gruesome accidents and their victims.
- Images and contents promoting racial intolerance or advocating against a specific individual, group or organization.
And of course, aside from these types of image and video contents, Adsense publishers must also not place Adsense units on sites that have images and videos which publishers do not own or have no license from the copyright owner. I guess that’s pretty much self-explanatory.