Google My Client Center Tool Rules Of Use Update

Today I found the following message in my Google AdWords My Client Center account.

Google My Client Center Tool Rules of Use

Google My Client Center Tool Rules of Use

This is the first time I can recall seeing a MCC Rules of Use reminder in My Client Center.

I also believe this is an updated notice which now specifically addresses dispute resolution location  issues.

You must read, agree with and accept all of the below (the “Rules“) before you may use the Google My Client Center Tool.  “You” means the party listed on the account you are currently logged into and you represent you have the authority to agree to these Rules for that party.  By clicking “I accept” below, you accept and acknowledge the following:

AdWords Program Use
Your use of advertising, account management and other features offered in connection with the My Client Center (the “AdWords program“) on behalf of a specific advertiser whose account(s) is linked to your My Client Center is governed by the separate Google Advertising Program Terms that the advertiser enters into with Google from time to time (the “Terms and Conditions“) and you agree to be bound by those Terms and Conditions.  You acknowledge that the Terms and Conditions include, among other terms, provisions covering venue and governing law.  If any of your advertisers’ Terms and Conditions conflict on venue or governing law, you agree to be bound by California law and Santa Clara County, California venue for all Terms and Conditions.



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One Response to “Google My Client Center Tool Rules Of Use Update”

  1. SearchCap: The Day In Search, January 17, 2011 Says:

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