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From 29 April 2019 the so-called "Digital Chart" is finally part of the Italian Code of Marketing Communication Self-Regulation thus becoming binding - and no longer a mere guideline - towards subjects and entities that ...
As Instagram announces that it is considering removing the platform's public 'like' counts, we consider the impact that a future without visual metrics would have on social media platforms and the influencer market.
Fines are on the horizon for social media influencers not aligning their practice as set out by the Hungarian Competition Authority.
The Hungarian Competition Authority recently closed the review of the first decision on social media marketing, namely on the use of appropriate tags in sponsored content.
Last month, the United Kingdom's ("UK") competition watchdog released its latest guidelines for social media influencers. The guidelines elucidate the application of existing consumer protection laws and industry rules ...
On 6 August 2018 the Italian Competition Authority (AGCM) announced a second moral suasion action towards influencers, bloggers and, more in general, so called "influencer marketing".
You may recall that in our previous article titled “Implications of the new National Media Council’s Regulations”, we touched upon the mandatory licensing requirement which must be met by social media bloggers and ...
A Swedish influencer and a sunglass company agreed that the influencer was to publish one post on Instagram, and one post on her blog to market the sunglass company. The influencer got financial compensation from the ...
In a decision contrary to the current climate on influencer marketing, the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg decided that Instagram posts of influencers containing product placement do not need to be disclosed as ...