Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland release latest Complaints Bulletin 17 advertisements found to be in breach of the ASAI Code on grounds relating to Misleading Advertising, Principles, Taste and Decency, Safety and Promotions 21 September 2017 – The Advertising
The Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland’s (ASAI) independent Complaints Committee has released its latest Complaints Bulletin which contains eight case reports on complaints recently investigated by the ASAI. Five of the eight advertisements were found to have been in b
Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland issues reminder that primary responsibility for the recognisability of paid for marketing communication rests with brands and advertisers Onus is on brands and advertisers to ensure sponsored bloggers or influencers uphold the ASAI code, b
Roslyn Dalton, Copy Clear lead with RTÉ, Eoin Doyle, Glanbia, Siobhan Lennon, CEO of Sunrise Media and Suzanne McElligott, CEO of Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB), join the Board of the ASAI 11th May 2017 For Immediate Release The Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI)
Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland release latest Complaints Bulletin – 11 advertisements found to be in breach of the ASAI Code on grounds relating to Misleading Advertising, Health Claims, Substantiation, and Comparisons 4 May 2017 – The Advertising Standards Au
Download this press release as a Microsoft Word file 1,329 complaints received by the Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) in 2016 and 102 advertisements found to be in breach of ASAI Code 2016 Annual Report shows significant majority (67%) of complaints were made under
The Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland (ASAI) is the independent self-regulatory body set up and financed by the advertising industry and committed, in the public interest, to promoting the highest standards of marketing communications, that is, advertising, promotional marke
Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland release latest Complaints Bulletin 16 advertisements found to be in breach of the ASAI Code on grounds relating to Misleading Advertising, Principles, Decency and Propriety, Legality and Fear & Distress 21 February 2017 – The A
Advertising Standards Authority for Ireland calls on bloggers and influencers to fully declare marketing communications Specific guidance now offered encouraging bloggers and online influencers to declare their marketing communications Organisation now engaged in monitoring of social
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