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FTC to Fine Bloggers up to $11,000 for Not Disclosing Payments

  1. minimoonstar reblogged this from barthel and added:
    I’m not sure that’s what the FTC is saying! According to the link, “while decisions will be reached on a case-by-case...
  2. takethecityandrun reblogged this from barthel
  3. barthel reblogged this from spiers and added:
    This is super duper REALLY interesting when you dig into it: the FTC seems to be making a distinction between print...
  4. misterhippity reblogged this from soupsoup and added:
    Hey, you don’t suppose this outfit was sponsored by Trojan, do you?
  5. hifirandy reblogged this from spiers
  6. wellrespected reblogged this from spiers and added:
    I imagine one reason the FTC is holding bloggers to a higher standard than print journalists is because no one reads...
  7. stoplookliz reblogged this from soupsoup and added:
    GOOD! I think this is very important.
  8. nerd-gasms reblogged this from kelsium and added:
    I got into the Saga Museum in Iceland for free because I was going to write about it. Disclosed! But that was written...
  9. kelsium reblogged this from existentialcrisisfactory and added:
    I have no commercial connection to Umberto Giannini’s Sleek and Chic Miracle Finisher, the Confessions of a Shopaholic...
  10. existentialcrisisfactory reblogged this from spiers
  11. spiers reblogged this from soupsoup and added:
    If this were enforced with actual journalists, I know a lot of people who’d be out of a job and/or deeply in debt to the...
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