I showed my GF something I wrote on her ipad, and before I realized what she was doing, she clicked on one of the ads to check it out. We're on the same wireless home router, so it's the same IP address.
Is this a problem? Should I do something?
AdSense's site makes it clear that you do not have to report your own accidental clicks. I would do nothing, just ensure it doesn't happen again.
I also agree that you have nothing to worry about if it's just that one time.
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