Ads account suspended for violating Circumventing Systems policy

I got an email from Google that my Ads account has been suspended for violating their circumventing policy.

These are Google’s circumventing policy:

Abusing the ad network
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Display & Video 360 users must comply with this Google Ads policy. Visit the Display & Video 360 help center for additional restrictions.

We want ads across the Google Network to be useful, varied, relevant, and safe for users. We don’t allow advertisers to run ads, content, or destinations that attempt to trick or circumvent our ad review processes.
Below are some examples of what to avoid in your ads. Learn about what happens if you violate our policies.

Malicious or unwanted software
These requirements apply to your ads and any software that your site or app either hosts or links to, regardless of whether the software is promoted through the Google advertising network. The following is not allowed:

red x mark Malicious software or “malware” that may harm or gain unauthorized access to a computer, device, or network

Examples (non-exhaustive): Computer viruses, ransomware, worms, trojan horses, rootkits, keyloggers, dialers, spyware, rogue security software, and other malicious programs or apps

Troubleshooter: If your site has been compromised
Troubleshooter: Malicious software
red x mark Ads or destinations that violate Google’s Unwanted Software policy

Examples (non-exhaustive): Failure to be transparent about the functionality that the software provides or the full implications of installing the software; failing to include Terms of Service or an End User License Agreement; bundling software or applications without the user’s knowledge; making system changes without the user’s consent; making it difficult for users to disable or uninstall the software; failing to properly use publicly available Google APIs when interacting with Google services or products

Troubleshooter: Unwanted software

Violations of this policy will not lead to immediate account suspension without prior warning. A warning will be issued, at least 7 days, prior to any suspension of your account. Learn more about suspended accounts.
Unfair advantage
The following is not allowed:

red x mark Using the Google Network to gain an unfair traffic advantage over other participants in the auction

Examples (non-exhaustive): Affiliates that advertise on Google Ads against the applicable affiliate program rules; promoting the same or similar content from multiple accounts on the same or similar queries, trying to show more than one ad at a time for your business, app, or site

Circumventing systems
The following is not allowed:

red x mark Engaging in practices that circumvent or interfere with Google’s advertising systems and processes, or attempts to do so.

Examples (non-exhaustive):

Cloaking (showing different content to certain users, including Google, than to other users) that aims at or results in interference with Google’s review systems, or hides or attempts to hide non-compliance with Google Ads policies, such as:
Redirection to non-compliant content
Using dynamic DNS to switch page or ad content
Manipulating site content or restricting access to so many of your landing pages that it makes it difficult to meaningfully review your ad, site, or account
Using click trackers to redirect users to malicious sites
Note: Cloaking does not include providing content personalization that adds genuine value for certain users, such as different language versions of the same content or different versions of the same content depending on the user’s internet service provider, as long as the offering is still substantially the same, the variation in content is still compliant with Google Ads policies, and Google is able to review a version of the content

Repeated policy violations across any of your accounts, including creating new domains or accounts to post ads that are similar to ads that have been disapproved (for this or any other Google Ads policy)
Bypassing enforcement mechanisms and detection by creating variations of ads, domains or content that have been disapproved (for this or any Google Ads policy) or using techniques in text, images, or videos to obfuscate sexually explicit content
After a previous suspension decision, attempting to use the Google Ads system again by creating new accounts in order to re enter the system
Abusing Google Ads product features in order to show policy non-compliant content to users and/or gain additional traffic
Submitting false information as part of our verification programs

Can someone tell me how can I, as a user, have control over this policy?

wait for staff reply.

previous email i also recived but that email is from kodular dont know about this

In this email, they are taking about Google Ads not Google Ad Manager. I’m not sure, is your admanager account working?

We didnot received this email. Anyway maybe you signup for Google Ads means you may have or had plan to run ad campgain to google. Your google ads account got suspended not Google Ads Manager.

You can still login to your AdManager account & use. I guess

Question: What is the difference between Google Ad Manager and Google Ads?

Where Google Ads is advertiser focused, Google Ad Manager caters to the Publisher end of the online advertising ecosystem.