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The Advertising Professional Regulatory Authority (ARPP) of France has published recommendations in relation to influencers' content, statements and publications. In the recommendations, influencers are defined as “any individual who expresses a point of view or provides advice, in a specific field, according to his or her own style or way of processing, in a way in which his or her audience identifies”. The text also specifies that they can act within a purely editorial frame or in collaboration with a brand for the publication of content. Significantly, influencers can often address a children audience or be children themselves....

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France

Health advocates have applauded the public consultation launched by the Government to assess stakeholders’ views on policy options to reduce children’s exposure to “unhealthy” food and beverage marketing....

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Canada

In a letter sent to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) asked the agency which steps in intends to take to protect children’s privacy following several data hacks....

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United States

Academics from the University of Auckland have called for statutory restrictions on ‘unhealthy’ food advertising to children. They believe the new industry’s “Children and Young People’s Advertising Code” fails to effectively protect children from such advertising....

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New Zealand

Today AEf is publishing a comprehensive literature review on digital marketing communications and children, prepared by Dr Barbie Clarke, of...

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Joseph Savirimuthu, Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Liverpool, argues that the revised EU Gen

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LSE

Commercial broadcasters need greater incentives to invest in quality children’s programming as the influx of streaming services means...

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Ad News

Childhood obesity is a very serious health concern that needs addressing urgently given the social and economic costs involved. But...

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EurActiv

With Google processing 40,000 search queries a second — or 1.2 trillion a year — it's a safe bet that many of those doing the...

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USA Today