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FTC Updates Policy For Unmasking 'Native Advertising'

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

FTC publishes an enforcement policy statement addressing a rise in native advertising and deceptively formatted ads. The statement explains how the commission will apply its current enforcement standards to target deceptive content, including promotions disguised as news stories in violation of its policies.

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