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U.K. Consumer Protection Agency Warns Social Media Celebs On Sponsorship Disclosure

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 09 / 01 / 16

The U.K.’s consumer protection agency "is warning celebrities that it will take further action if they continue to promote brands and products on social media without disclosing they are being paid," according to David Bond of the FINANCIAL TIMES. The concerns expressed by the Competition &...

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