Sales that only gave a 1c saving and a website which implied that its talk therapies had cured cancer are two of 21 businesses found to be in breach of advertising standards.
'Fake' sales that only gave a 1c saving and a website which implied that its talk therapies had cured cancer are two of 21 businesses found to be in breach of advertising standards.
Bloggers and social media influences like Ellie Kelly, Katie Moran and Gary Pineda have all been rapped by the advertising watchdog for failing to indicate that their posts contained sponsored content or part of a brand ambassadorship.
Ads which claim that users can reach certain speeds, will only be allowed if it is the experience of at least half of users.
A series of new rules from the advertising watchdog will clamp down on exaggerated claims of speed and coverage by broadband and mobile providers.
The Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) upholds standards of advertising through the Code of Standards for Advertising and Marketing Communications
Drinks companies will not be allowed to advertise non-alcoholic beers close to schools as of today.
A complaint against Boots and blogger Gracy Mongey, who runs 'Faces By Grace' has been upheld by the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI).
Sponsorship of RTÉ’s Big Big Movie by McDonald’s does not breach the rules on children’s programming, an Oireachtas committee has heard.
It was claimed that Rosie Connolly's face had been filtered and photoshopped to promote a Rimmel Foundation.
Social media influencers should not mislead their followers with digitally enhanced products they are promoting.
Eleven out of 13 advertisements recently investigated by the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland’s (ASAI) were found to have been in breach of its code.
Digital media gave rise to the largest block of complaints to the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) last year, it has been revealed.
A Dublin man accused of murder was “screaming like a lunatic” on the night of the alleged crime, the Central Criminal Court has heard today.
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