After the FTC fires out letters to 90 online influencers, Instagram launches a new transparency tool to benefit both brands and audiences. Chloe Deng reports.
SME gaming company is fined £60,000 by the ICO for failing to implement basic security measures. The personal data of over 26,000 customers was hacked as a result. George Garrard reports.
In April, Flybe were fined for sending e-mails asking people if they would like to reconsider their marketing preferences. Now, it’s Moneysupermarket’s turn. Georgina Graham reports.
The UK’s advertising regulator is gearing up to establish new standards on gender stereotyping and new rules on objectifying/inappropriately sexualising women and on normalising unhealthy body images. Jamie Heatly reports.
The ASA rules on the Whitechapel Centre’s claim on their website “NO SECOND NIGHT OUT ON THE STREETS. TELL US ABOUT A ROUGH SLEEPER.” Daisy Jones reports.
Following a rise in the use of digital advertising by political parties, the ICO announces an investigation into the practices adopted by the Conservative party. Peter Barratt reports.
The CMA has promised enforcement action against unfair practices and promotions in the online gambling sector. We look at what this means and what the CMA and Gambling Commission are contemplating. Anna Williams reports.
The executive board of the French advertising self-regulatory organization (ARPP) has agreed on new guidelines regarding online posts by influencers (bloggers, vloggers) in collaboration with brands. Margaux Hammer reports.
Two private individuals referred a new commercial spot broadcast by the French lottery operator (La Française des Jeux) to the ARPP’s Jury of Ethical Advertisement. The jury found that this “Escape Game Loto” did not comply with ARPP’s Gambling Recommendation. Margaux Hammer reports.