Lord & Taylor Settles with FTC Over Influencer Native Advertising Campaign On Social Media and Online Magazine
We’ve seen native advertising take many forms, from paid celebrity Tweets to advertisements masked as editorial content to paid influencers promoting brands on social media.
Baseball season is just around the corner, and the FTC’s native advertising case against retailer Lord & Taylor illustrates the baseball rule of “Three strikes and you’re out!”
The FTC today announced that it reached a settlement with Lord & Taylor over a native advertisement and promotion that relied on social media “influencers” to promote a particular product.
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Following Its Settlement with Wyndham, the FTC Launches Wide Scale Inquiry into PCI Compliance Audits
In December 2015, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) settled a drawn-out civil action it brought against Wyndham Worldwide Corporation (Wyndham) for multiple data breaches involving cardholder data (i.e., information on credit and debit cards).
On the heels of the Open Internet Order adopted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) last year, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler has circulated a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to fellow Commissioners that would apply the privacy protections of the Communications Act to broadband Internet access services.
Your business is an international company selling products to U.S. consumers. In the last few years, you may have heard a lot about high-profile information privacy and security cases brought by the U.S. government. Should you be concerned? Most definitely.
The Ninth Circuit handed the FTC a big win last week, affirming an $18 million award against Charles Gugliuzza, the former president and CEO of Commerce Planet.
Your business is an international company selling products to U.S. consumers.