FTC to Begin Holding Media Companies Accountable for Undisclosed Ads — The Fashion Law

WomensKit will always inform you when a product has been reviewed or worn via a relationship to a brand. If someone doesn’t do that, it’s deceptive advertising. The rules of blogging have not kept up with the massive output so make yourself aware of these rules and demand honesty and authenticity. I do think you can spot it within cycling social media more easily than the blurry blend of celebrity/fashion, but still know that rules are now in place from the FTC going forward.

The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) has once again vowed to crack down on undisclosed sponsored posts following widespread inaction in the past. According to WWD, “The FTC will soon begin holding media companies accountable for deceptive practices.” In particular, the trade publicat

Source: FTC to Begin Holding Media Companies Accountable for Undisclosed Ads — The Fashion Law

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