Submission Number: 00017
Received: 8/3/2011 2:39:40 PM
Commenter: Kiddsock OnYouTube
State: New Jersey
Agency: Federal Trade Commission
Initiative: FTC Seeks Input for Revising Its Guidance to Businesses About Online Advertising; FTC Matter No. P114506
Attachments: No Attachments
One Aspect of Online Advertising that needs to be looked at is how and why companies Disable Publishers/Partners. One of the Biggest, Google Adsense, has been Disabling Small to Medium YouTube Partners.
It is all in the name of protecting advertisers' money. Adsense's Policies state they can do anything they want. I can understand protecting Advertisers and their money, BUT YouTube Partners have no way to protect against Clickbombing even if the activity is reported. There is also no way to Appeal Properly. There is no "LOG" to pull from in order to prove that someone else did this. There is no Real communication. Adsense's System sends Automated messages with no real information except for "Invalid Activity. Or they send statement that nothing can be done.
Google's Motto is "Do no Evil" but they Ignore Emails and Appeals from Former YouTube Partners. We just want to be able to make Better Videos and Entertain our YouTube Audiences without the fear of being shut down because of someone else's Malicious activities.
We want to just fairly...
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