I don't know, but I've just checked, I've got that same IP address on my google analytics as a traffic source. Best email google or go on their adsense forums to find out.
Hmm, OP had his posts removed, never mind then, its probably sorted!
If you have verifiable evidence that we can tie to a HubPages account, we will certainly take action against that user. However, it's probably better to communicate with us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org rather than posting in the forum. Also, in cases like this Google is likely in a better position to dig into the evidence, since the record of where AdSense with a particular publisher id is served is in their logs, not in ours. As far as the IP address you mention, it does appear be a part of the Google IP space. I suspect you've simply misinterpreted some piece of data ...
Paul, I think he realised he'd made a mistake a deleted his posts accordingly so I'd consider this post closed.
Very Sorry for Deleting the Original Threads. No, WHoArtNow, I did NOT delete the Original post because I realised my mistake. I just thought I should write to Google rather than posting here. The IP: 184.108.40.206 is provided to me by Google themself. Mr. Paul, in one of the earlier threads had suggested to use the whitepages option available in our adsense accounts. I allowed only my blogs and websites to show Google ads with my pub ID. Yesterday when I logged in it WARNED me that the IP 220.127.116.11 is showing Google ads with my ID. Even I went for some research and am still confused if the IP belongs to Google or Not because the Search Results Display so many results and many of then are very confusing.
Those spammers had already tried to Terminate my Adsense Account with TONS of Fraud clicks and placing ads on PORN sites / Blogs. Thankfully Google Notified me and I confirmed to them that those Blogs are not mine. The Lady ( Katie) at Google was kind enough to personally respond to my e-mail. Maybe I was Lucky.
I will write a mail to Google as suggested by Mr. Paul.
Its a horrible thing they're doing whoever it is. I'm sorry it happened to you, and I'm glad Google are so understanding about it. I can understand why you wanted others to know.
Oh and to clear something up, I wasn't trying to insult you earlier, it was more of a MR T style Fool (i've got some old A team episodes on in the background.)
Never Mind Bro. Anyway, This is NOT my ORIGINAL Account at Hubpages. Let me write a mail to Google and see what they have to say. I will share their Reply here.
I can't say for sure, but I suspect 18.104.22.168 is one of the many addresses that google uses to show cached versions of pages from search results. Normally they strip AdSense ads out when they show sites from the cache, but perhaps their mechanism for doing that isn't perfect.
If you've turned on the allowed site list, you're also likely to see yahoo ip address and msncache.com addresses appear in the "running your ads" list (from yahoo search and msn/live search).
That's Correct. I have already written to Google. Let us see what they have to say. I will share their reply here.
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