I just saw this message when I logged into AdSense:
a) You are quite late - thsi was supposed to be done almost half a year ago although better late than never.
It basically like the old one you have but with a few changes. They are using some type of third party system now.....
Okay guys, how can I be "too late" if this just showed up on my AdSense account today?
It still shows up on mine as well (probably as a reminder for new sign-ups) those messages tend to rotate and change every now and then, and if you haven't been closed down yet then you're not too late, but I'd get it sorted as soon as possible, apparently it's quite important.
You are supposed to read their TOS. Besides that, they informed everyone about their changes months ago.
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