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ASA issues warning on the use of violence in adverts
First ASA rulings on gambling ads and the new ‘strong appeal’ to under18s rules: current Premier League footballers shown the red card but retired footballers are allowed to play on
ASA pulls the plug on misleading adverts
ASA zeroing in on ‘net zero’ and ‘carbon neutral’ advertising claims
Affiliate links make for bad news
The ASA rules on whether homepage headlines and articles containing affiliate links, found on the MailOnline and www.dailymail.co.uk, are obviously identifiable as marketing communications, Pippa Smith reports.
BrewDog’s fruity claim not so grape: ASA issues further warnings on how to promote alcoholic products
Happy Beds not so happy after ASA ruling
The ASA ruled that adverts should not mislead by making false claims of price advantages.
A DrunkH game better remembered
The Advertising Standards Authority issues another ruling in relation to the irresponsible promotion of alcohol, Thuvaraka Balamurali and Gregory Barton reports.
The ASA clamps down on NFT investment ads
FC Barcelona, Crypto.com and Turtle United are all reprimanded for failures to properly advertise crypto-assets, TK Spiff reports.
Are online advertising restrictions really keeping children safe?
The ASA publish its 100 Children Report which sets out to understand what adverts children are being shown online.
HFSS – TV and online restrictions delayed
Further delays to the HFSS restrictions on TV and online advertising, Katrina and Stefanie reports.