Why Google Adsense discriminates against publishers in India?
Adsense Direct has many good features including easy to follow workflow but adense direct is not allowed to be used in many countries including India. Why Google Adsense discriminates against publishers in India and Why Google Adsense Direct is not made available in all countries?
Various Adsense rules can clash with the laws of some countries and this could play a role. Another factor may be unethical, suspicious and even illegal activities in various parts of Asia including India. Although these types of problems are worldwide, some countries' laws make it easier for Adsense to go after the offenders while other countries' laws do not. Adsense may be in the process of trying to protect themselves and users that could feel negative effects. I would try contacting Adsense for an answer. Even though it's likely they will give you a non-answer, they may give you a real answer that sheds some light onto this.
India has lots of population and basically have very low funds. Google found many people are doing crimes in India by misusing their accounts and encountered many illegal business in India.
While accepting an application from a third world country like India, application is checked three times before they accept.
It is unjustified to blacklist a country if a few % publishers resort to illegal means. Money is weakness of every human being, may be an Indian or American. Let their be no discrimination with publishers based on nationality. Conduct is more imp
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