In this issue:
- FTC Chairwoman Addresses AAF’s Advertising on the Hill Day, Provides Broad Guidance
- Bringing a Legal Challenge? Expect One in Return
- NAD Says Doctor-Recommended Claims Need a Second Opinion
- Opting out of .com Disclosures Not an Option
- FTC Unveils Top Three Consumer Protection Priorities
- Upcoming Events
- Excerpt from: Opting out of .com Disclosures Not an Option
Last month, the FTC released its updated .com Disclosures guidance. The document updated the Commission’s guidance on the applicability of FTC rules and guidance on online activities for the first time since May 2000.
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Topics: Advertising, Dot Com Disclosure Guide, FTC, NAD, Opt-Outs
Published In: Antitrust & Trade Regulation Updates, Communications & Media Updates, Consumer Protection Updates, Personal Injury Updates, Science, Computers & Technology Updates
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