Topic: online marketing

New FTC Rules for Digital Ads – Does Your Online Marketing Pass the Test?

Earlier this month, the Federal Trade Commission updated guidelines for advertising and marketing on the Internet. Entitled “.com Disclosures: How to Make Effective Disclosures in Digital Advertising,” it’s the first revision to the country’s online marketing rules in nearly 13 years, writes Neil Austin at law firm Foley Hoag, and is intended to adapt regulations… Read more »

Social Media Law: Workplace Issues, Privacy & Data Collection, Electronic Discovery, & More…

For your reference, a roundup of recent social media law updates and news on JD Supra: On workplace-related issues… Develop Clear Policy for Employee Social Media Use (Fox Rothschild): “Employers beware: The National Labor Relations Board is scrutinizing company socialmedia policies — and their rulings apply to all companies, whether or not they are unionized.… Read more »

FTC Takes Aim at Misleading Online Marketing: Here’s How

In the 11 years since the Federal Trade Commission issued its “Dot Com Disclosures” guide, the potential for misleading online marketing has exploded well beyond the agency’s initial directives. Read what lawyers on JD Supra are saying about how the FTC plans to update: FTC Invites Public Comments on the Revision of the “Dot Com… Read more »