The ECJ; judgement in Breyer clarifies how dynamic IP addresses must be treated. What does this mean for the adtech sector? Nick Johnson reports.
When a food supplement company challenged a competitor’s product name as a misleading medicine claim, was it also able to claim damages through Italian courts? Marialaura Boni reports.
France toughens its game and imposes new disclosure obligations on consumer review websites regarding the verification of online reviews. Chloe Dumoulin-Richet reports.
How U.S. CPA affiliate networks can be liable in relation to actions of third-party marketers. Stefania Grosso reports.
New revised guidance on Germany labeling requirements for ad content deal specifically with social media issues. Jan Hellenbrand reports.
Face value? Seat number? The CMA investigates secondary ticket websites for compliance with the law while one of the websites faces potential legal action. Chloe Deng reports.
The ASA clears the online estate agent’s “You could save thousands” claim, but not their “£4,158 average customer saving”. Ben Poole investigates why.
In a recent ruling against Alpro UK and TV presenter AJ Odudu, the ASA showed how it distinguishes marketing communications from editorial content and shed further light on the ‘identifier’ requirements. Jude King reports.
Was an advert promising businesses an upgrade of “free” low-energy LEDs genuine, or in the same mythical category as a “free lunch”? Thomas Spanyol reports the ASA’s view.
What lessons can be learned from a string of rulings against the gambling operator for its targeted promotions and time-limited offers? Jamie Heatly reports.
Review It took 16 months, but the ASA’s Independent Review process finally overturned the previous ruling on Greenpeace’s anti-fracking ad. George Garrard reports.
A consumer was unable to find a participating Sainsbury’s store to take advantage of a voucher promotion. Had Sainsbury’s adequately communicated the significant conditions for the promotion? Barney Sich reports.