Tag Archives: ASA

  1. Nothing lasts forever…except for T-Mobile top ups

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    Thursday, 25th October 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    The ASA has been a little quite in tech matters lately, after a busy period of rulings on Twitter led …
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  2. Commercial disclosure


    Tuesday, 24th July 2012 by Karan Chadda

    The Guardian is asking a very important question (in social media terms, at least) today: Is it ethical to pay …
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  3. ASA and the “common sense approach”: a rebuttal


    Wednesday, 18th July 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    My previous posts on ASA rulings have started a bit of debate from my learned colleague Karan. I believe this …
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  4. The ASA is your sensible friend


    Tuesday, 17th July 2012 by Karan Chadda

    Snickers beat the rap, Nike were busted but are appealing and then TOWIE star Gemma Collins got a ticking off …
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  5. ASA Guidelines are making me sympathetic to TOWIE stars…#PleaseStop


    Monday, 16th July 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    Everyone’s favourite advertising watchdog the Advertising Standards Authority, or ASA, is firmly stamping down on ‘unacceptable’ uses of Twitter an …
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  6. It’s all in the ‘@’: ASA bans Nike Ads from Twitter


    Friday, 22nd June 2012 by Simon Hilliard

    Sports apparel and equipment maker Nike has made a name for itself this week by becoming the first company to …
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