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Dear Influencers: #FullDisclosure we use Instagram too. Love, The FTC – Warning letters provide guidance to influencers, celebrities and brand owners

Instagram is now home to more than 600 million users, including many popular brands, celebrities, online influencers, famous dogs, regular people and regular dogs (full disclosure this regular dog is mine).  As its popularity has grown, especially with advertisers, regulators are taking a closer look continue reading...

More Guidance for Advertisers and Influencers to Navigate Online Reviews and Endorsements

Late last week, the International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network (“ICPEN”) published three sets of guidelines covering online reviews and endorsements.  Why does this matter? ICPEN is an informal network of consumer protection law enforcement authorities from over 60 jurisdictions, including the US, the UK, continue reading...

Going Native? The FTC’s Enforcement Policy Statement on Deceptively Formatted Advertisements Provides a Roadmap – Part 1

Last week, the FTC issued its long-awaited Enforcement Policy Statement on Deceptively Formatted Advertisements, often referred to as “native advertising.”  For those unfamiliar with the term, the FTC helpfully explains that “native advertising” is advertising and promotional content designed to be integrated into — and continue reading...