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Continuing its intense focus on internet platforms’ role in political debate and the liability protections they receive under the Communications Decency Act (CDA), 47 U.S.C. § 230, the Trump Administration this week submitted a legislative proposal that would substantially limit platforms’ Section 230 immunity. The Administration’s legislative proposal joins several other bills that take aim

We’ve written about automatic renewals before, but the $10 million price tag in the FTC’s settlement with the operators of ABCmouse should grab your attention.

The FTC alleged that over a three-year period, the company advertised membership programs without clearly disclosing Renewal Buttonthat the programs would automatically renew at the end of the term. The automatic

A recent NAD decision that focuses on detergent claims touches on some issues – including implied claims and disclosures – that are relevant to all advertisers. The decision covers a lot of ground, but we’ll focus on a few key points that translate across industries.

The front label of Tide’s Purclean bottle prominently features the

This is not another post about coronavirus claims, but we do need to start there.

Truvani makes a dietary supplement that was formerly called “Under the Weather.” The company’s webpage devoted to that supplement featured reviews from various users, including the following:

  • Michael K. (Verified Buyer): “Very happy with the product, I feel BC so

Subscription plans that automatically renew at the end of a term are becoming more popular with companies. They’re also getting more attention from regulators and class action attorneys. As we’ve discussed before, some states regulate how these plans can be structured, and there have been both lawsuits and regulatory investigations targeting companies that have

Earlier this year, Align Technology filed an NAD challenge against SmileDirectClub over claims that company made about its teeth aligners. After that, SmileDirectClub filed its own challenge against Align over claims that Align made about its own teeth aligners. After the dust settled on these cases, neither company was left smiling. Although the cases cover

We’ve posted about how the FTC, FDA, and EPA have each targeted companies for making unsubstantiated claims about how their products can treat or cure the coronavirus. Now, we’ll add another acronym to the list – NAD.

NAD recently issued a decision involving a video by the owners Your Superfoods, promoting the company’s Immunity Bundle.