If you are an AdSense publisher, don’t be surprised when the next time you login to your AdSense account, a new window will be displayed containing verbose page of text. AdSense is asking publishers to accept new terms and conditions. You don’t have to read all through the page though to get what has been modified in the past AdSense Terms of Conditions.
Inside AdSense blog highlights the Terms and Conditions changes in two categories; new features and products and privacy requirements. These two modifications relates to development in Google’s policy and network of contents.Regarding new features and products, Google AdSense is just anticipating other possible formats in the Google network that may be later on utilized for advertising programs. A good example of this is the recently announced AdSense for Video link units. So the new AdSense terms and conditions reworded some parts to reflect that online advertising under the AdSense program may be available in other media and formats.
Make sure to accept the new terms and conditions as not doing so might block you from accessing your AdSense account later on.