FTC Acts Against Warner Brothers’ YouTube Promotion Campaign: Disclosure of Affiliation Below the “Fold” is Not Enough

Last week, the FTC announced an agreement containing a consent order, subject to final approval, resolving its claims against Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Inc. (“Warner Bros.”) for the company’s misleading use of social media influencers to promote one of its video games in violation of Section 5(a) of the Federal Trade Commission Act.

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FTC Consent Order with Two Ohio Auto Dealers Resolves Misleading Advertising Claims

FTC Consent Order with Two Ohio Auto Dealers Resolves Misleading Advertising Claims

On July 14, the Federal Trade Commission announced that it had entered into a final consent order with Ohio auto dealers Progressive Chevrolet Company and Progressive Motors Inc. (collectively, the “Progressive Dealers”), which the FTC had “charged with deceiving consumers by using advertising that touted low monthly car lease payments and down payments but failed to disclose other key terms of the offers.”

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