Advertising Law -- August 16, 2012


In This Issue:

FTC Seeks Additional Comments on COPPA; Nestlé Gets False Ad Suit Dismissed, Despite FTC Settlement; Bag it: NAD Examines Claims About Bag Seal Strength; Running the Gamut: An Update on Toning Shoe Litigation; and Judge: TCPA Doesn’t Require Economic Injury.

Excerpt from FTC Seeks Additional Comments on COPPA:

In the process of amending its Rule regarding the implementation of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, the Federal Trade Commission has requested additional comments on newly proposed modifications.

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