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What to Know About the Ohio Lemon Law

Is your vehicle a lemon? If it is, what can you do? We’ve looked at how North Carolina, New York, Georgia, Texas, California, and Florida define a lemon. Now it is time to look at the state of Ohio.
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West Virginia vs. EPA: Opportunities for Independent Industry Self-Regulation

Regardless of where one stands on whether the U.S. Supreme Court decided West Virginia v. EPA correctly, the decision provides an opportunity for business to play a meaningful role in finding solutions to relevant public policy issues through the exploration – and potential widespread adoption – of independent industry self-regulation.
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Expanding Accountability for DEIB in National Advertising

Beginning today, NAD's procedures have been revised to join CARU in holding advertisers accountable for advertising that portrays or encourages misleading and harmful social stereotyping, prejudice, or discrimination.
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From Regional to Global: Profiling the Expansion of CBPR

In this series, we are going to explore how the newly formed CBPR Global Forum came to be and how it will complement other privacy frameworks to promote the free flow of data internationally.
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Ad Watchers: How is Direct Selling Advertising Different?

Ad Watchers hosts are joined by Direct Selling Self-Regulatory Council Vice President, Peter Marinello, who shares with listeners how DSSRC has worked to support the direct selling industry. Listen now to understand self-regulation's impact on the market and what to expect during a direct selling self-regulatory case.

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The Good, the Bad, and the Grey of Targeted Advertising

As a consumer, do you see value in targeted advertising or are you creeped out by marketers tracking you across the internet?
In this episode of Privacy Abbreviated hosts Catherine and Dona are joined by the host of the MarTech Podcast and founder of I Hear Everything Ben Shapiro. Together, they discuss how small and medium businesses (SMBs) should use targeted advertising without...

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Ad Watchers: Revisiting the Best Podcast Episode Ever: What is Puffery?

When you hear a claim in an advertisement like, “best in the world,” you probably know that the product has not been measurably proven to actually be the best in the world. And that’s okay, because this is an example of puffery, an exaggerated, blustering, or boastful statement or general claim that could only be understood to be an expression of opinion, not a...

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Ad Watchers: How Should You Present Scientific Evidence to Support Your Ad Claims?

Understanding how to present scientific evidence in a substantiation case can be difficult, especially when the data is complex or no industry standard exists. In this episode of Ad Watchers, the hosts discuss a complex topic: how should marketers put scientific data to use? They answer this question by diving into different...

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