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Bulletproof hosting usually refers to ISPs that give spammers a safe haven where other ISPs would likely shut down their activities.

F-Secure Tweaks Google Over Hosting Ads
F-Secure Tweaks Google Over Hosting Ads

Advertising of bulk marketing products is not permitted if the stated or implied use of the following products is unsolicited spam:
•  Email lists that are not opt-in
•  Bulk email software
•  Bulk messaging

— from the Google AdWords terms of service

Google presents what appear to be straightforward rules on what they don’t want to see in their cash cow AdWords product. Security firm F-Secure found the reality a little different than what Google suggests.

Mikko Hypponen of F-Secure found ads for bulletproof hosting appearing in the One Box, a prime ad placement location atop a Google search results page.

“No, this can’t be true

F-Secure Tweaks Google Over Hosting Ads
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  • J. Cooke

    “…links leading to doorway pages that were just lists of affiliate links to other companies. Such pages usually run afoul of Google’s webmaster guidelines, and in doing so are supposed to be prohibited in AdWords.”

    Gosh, I’d have never guessed that Google tries to prevent such advertisers. So many of the ads running down right side of Google pages are for such sites that I ignore ads placed there altogether. Get into one of them and you can continue clicking til your finger falls off before finding a single real website. Didn’t used to be that way.

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