“A&E is for life-threatening emergencies only” said a poster and website published by Brent Clinical Commissioning Group. Brent Patient Voice complained to the ASA that this was misleading and potentially harmful. Jude King reports.
The ink is almost dry on the long-awaited General Data Protection Regulation. What are the likely key impacts for UK marketers and adtech service providers? Catch Nick Johnson and Stephen Groom’s slides from a recent breakfast briefing here.
A customer terminating his insurance by email got two auto replies. The second was triggered by his complaint to the insurer’s data protection officer about the first one. Stephan Bahner reports on the ensuing litigation.
Deuter Sport GmbH sought to stop its distributors selling Deuter products on online marketplaces such as Amazon and, unless Deuter consented in each case, on price comparison platforms. Were these controls sustainable under EU competition law? Tobias Rothkegel reports.
Just as the Committee of Advertising Practice publishes new guidance on the practice, the ASA has ruled on whether an advertorial page on the Telegraph Website made it clear enough that it was a marketing communication. Stephen Groom reports.