FTC Brings Dot-Com Disclosure Guide To Social Media, Mobile Era
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Revised online advertising disclosure guidelines detail FTC’s expectations for how advertisers should craft disclosures in the world of social media and mobile devices.
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