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FTC Updates Endorsement Guide Resource: 'What People Are Asking'

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Agency's updated FAQ web page tackles questions stakeholders have been asking in recent years about its Endorsement Guide, including the appropriate way to provide disclosures on social-media platforms and the responsibilities of companies using large networks of bloggers and other influencers to promote products.

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