Clickbank is sending the following email to it's aggregate related vendors.
Effective OCT15 it means that clickbank will no longer be serving many of it's popular products (AKA tv on pc,simulator products and many others) "
As the leading retailer of digital products, ClickBank prides itself on offering its customers the latest and best digital products available. Due to the ever changing status of technology and the law, ClickBank monitors the products offered through its services and, when necessary, makes changes to the types of products it will offer for sale. ClickBank’s ability to make such changes is included in our Client Contract, which is the final authority on the business relationship between ClickBank and you. This communication does not alter or amend the Client Contract.
As part of our constant quality review process, ClickBank has decided to add to its existing list of Prohibited Products any products that, in our sole judgment, are deemed as "Aggregation Products," which are defined as: products that offer content such as books,movies, music, t.v. shows and channels, such as tv-to-pc, games and "open source" products for a charge where the content is generally available for the internet for free. As many consumers do not understand that the content can be found for free on the Internet, such products often result in a high level of refund and chargeback requests. Unfortunately, some affiliates add to this misunderstanding by failing to accurately describe for consumers what they will actually receive when the product is purchased. Additionally, some vendors include in Aggregation Products access to sports events and other content without having the proper legal rights to provide such access.
ClickBank has determined that at least one of the products contained within the account(s) referenced above offer such products. "
In my personal interpretation and knowledge on clickbank products in general this covers
most of clickbank's products and especially the popular ones.
For example "Green energy " products are aggregates of information available for free on the internet, So are products such as Woodworking etc..
The interpretation of this is so wide that almost any clickbank product can fall under the aggregate