The IPA and ISBA set out their 12 guiding principles on how advertisers and agencies should utilise generative AI. Rhiana Mandair reports.
AI is playing a key role in combatting non-compliant ads for the ASA, Bryana Daniels reports.
CAP has announced new rules and guidance on the advertising of alcohol alternative products. Gregory Barton reports.
The EDPB responds to European Commission’s pledge initiative to simplify advertising and cookie choices, Melissa Woodfield reports.
The UK government looks at the current advertising regulatory system in the UK with specific reference to advertising to children. Bryana Daniels and Josephine O’Dowd report.
UK government has published its response to its “Creating a smokefree generation and tackling youth vaping” consultation, new legislation to follow. Greg Barton and Samantha Rooney report
Changes are on the horizon for gambling sponsorship of sport. Ben Nicholson reports.
The ASA has ruled on a social media post by influencer promoting The Savoy. The case underscores the necessity of transparent advertising in influencer marketing, urging businesses to prioritise clarity in their campaigns for consumer trust. James Sharpley reports.
The ASA has ruled against two gambling operators, whose adverts breached the rules against appeal to children and the inclusion of individuals who appear under 25. Ben Nicholson and Alex Lowe report.
ASA continues to take a strict approach to medical claims and marketing which discourages essential medical treatment. Katrina Anderson, Stefanie Lo and Anna Matsiienko report.
The ASA has ruled against Emma Mattress for not making clear the commercial intent of its ads. Rebecca Heptonstall reports.
ASA ruling on ‘reasonable steps’ to avoid targeting HFSS products to under 16s. Katrina Anderson, Stefanie Lo and Charlie Hennig report.