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Ad Watchdog Reports Kardashians To FTC For Deceptive Instagram Posts

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Truth in Advertising is keeping up with the Kardashian/Jenner family's endorsements and disclosure failures on Instagram, reporting alleged instances of potential deception to the Federal Trade Commission at the end of August. The Kardashians/Jenners have willingly modified a number of posts since, suggesting that the real problem lies with the companies that sponsor their communications, according to the nonprofit.

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