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Viagogo, Seatwave, Stubhub and Get Me In offer further transparency following CMA action

Four secondary ticketing websites offer further transparency

Get Me In, Seatwave, StubHub and Viagogo have all agreed to offer better information to consumers looking to buy secondary

Spotify: reprimanded over Lily Allen promotional email

Spotify reprimanded over 'F you' Lily Allen recommendation

Spotify has been censured by the ad watchdog for emailing a track recommendation to users that promoted a Lily Allen

P&G: ad is accused by Unilever of being 'ambiguous and misleading'

ASA rejects Unilever's 'misleading' claim against P&G's Ariel

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has ruled against a complaint by Unilever over an ad for rival Procter & Gamble's

BT: ad banned over misleading claims

BT Infinity ad banned over misleading broadband availability claims

The Advertising Standards Authority has banned a BT Infinity poster ad, which claimed that fibre optic-based broadband for Manchester-based businesses

Ed Miliband: says a  Labour government would urge a ban on payday loan ads on kids' programmes

Ban payday loan TV ads during kids' programmes, says Ed Miliband

Labour leader Ed Miliband has said that ads for payday loans companies should be prevented from screening during children's TV

Sainsbury's: ASA bans split-screen TV ad promoting Brand Match offer

Sainsbury's censured over claims consumers need not shop around

The Advertising Standards Authority has banned a TV ad for Sainsbury's after ruling it misleadingly told consumers they need not

Wonga: radio ad is banned by the ASA

Wonga radio ad banned for trivialising high interest loans

Pay day loan firm Wonga has been rapped by the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) over a radio ad promoting the

E-Lites: one of four e-cigarette brands criticised by the ASA

Ad watchdog warns e-cigarette brands over 'unclear' ads

Four e-cigarette brands have been reprimanded by the ad watchdog for running advertising that was too vague about the type

Sky's Bruce Willis broadband ad banned

BSkyB's ad starring Bruce Willis has been banned by the advertising watchdog for misleading consumers about the true cost of

Facebook: claims parents should be more proactive over age issue

Facebook underlines parental role in preventing children from lying about age

Facebook says that the Advertising Standards Authority's finding that 40% of children pretend to be over 18 when they register


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