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NAD Fed Up With ‘Confidentiality’ Cop-Outs; Are Advertisers ‘Hiding The Ball’?

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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The National Advertising Division is weary of companies claiming confidentiality in its dispute resolution forum without adequately detailed cause or earnest efforts to meet the option’s requirements. A panel at the group’s annual meeting discussed the issue and steps advertisers should take to protect their competitive interests without compromising themselves or the self-regulatory system.

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