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ASA

Advertising watchdog ASA to clamp down on gender stereotyping

The Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) is set to develop new standards on ads that feature gender stereotypes, following a report from its sibling organisation, the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).

Mobile Gaming

EA Found Guilty of Misleading Advertising For Free To Play Game

Electronic Arts mobile re-release of Dungeon Keeper has been found guilty of multiple breaches of the Committee of Advertising Practices rules governing misleading advertising, in a ruling that could impact

News

ASA takes out Instagram ads to warn users of non-disclosure of paid ads by six influencers

A report on the Advertising Standards Authority’s decision to take out Instagram ads to warn users of non-disclosure of paid ads by six influencers

Nationwide

Nationwide embraces AI for clearer messaging amid ad ban

Nationwide has turned to AI to help assist with its communications following two of its adverts being banned for being “misleading”. As a result, the building society has launched a

Lovehoney

Lovehoney unveils ‘We’re a Nation of Doggy Lovers’ billboard outside Crufts

Lovehoney has unveiled a new billboard to celebrate “a nation of doggy lovers” strategically placed outside the international dog show, Crufts. The billboard is currently being showcased outside the NEC

ASA

ASA collaborates with Instagram influencers to promote best practices

UK regulator, The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA), has partnered with Instagram to launch a series of videos aimed at encouraging good practice. Each video shares aspects of rules advertisers must

News

Three quarters of Instagram influencers hide their ad disclosure in their posts – report

A report on a study by Awin found that three quarters of Instagram influencers hide their ad disclosure in their posts

Features

Influencer 101

A report on Influencer 101

ASA

Klarna irresponsible Instagram influencer campaign banned by UK ad watchdog

Klarna, which enables consumers to ‘buy now, pay later’ on products from a range of retailers, ran a campaign with four influencers in April and May, encouraging people to use Klarna to purchase clothes and beauty products and, in turn, ‘lift their low mood’

ASA

The ban on harmful gender stereotypes in ads is now in full effect

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has officially brought its ban on “harmful stereotypes” in ads into force – just under two years after it first launched a review into the

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