I just want to clear my doubt about multiple adsense account. My question is that are different members of same family allowed to have different Adsense Account even when their addresses are same and they use same computer and internet connection to blog. I searched on the net but could not find satisfactory answer. Moreover, what is Google's stance over this issue for the people in different countries.Do different rule apply to different countries?
Not that I think you would do this, but it's been tried (and failed at) so just remember that they track the IP of every click, so if they find that you are cross clicking each other's accounts, or that an account is obtained illegally, such as they are a child and you lied about their age, your account will be closed and all monies from those clicks will be taken away from you.
Google doesn't play with Adsense. They lost a lot of customers because of fraudulent clicks, so they're making it harder to cheat now, and are really tough with those who do. I believe I read (can't remember where) that they are thinking of prosecuting some of the most aggregious offenders, to make them repay the monies paid so that they can reimburse their adwords customers.
They do not accept adsense accounts from certain countries, simply because of fraudulent clicks.
I live mostly in India but I often move to different places and countries.
Regarding same PC and other adsense account users using it! this is fine because you all have different names and bank account details!
If your not engaged in any kind of fraud, will be fine!
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