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report published by the Norwegian Consumer Council found "significant security flaws, unreliable safety features and a lack of consumer protection" in several smartwatches for kids available in Norway and some EU Member-States....

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Norway

An academic study by the International University of La Rioja, published in the OBS Journal, found that on average toy manufacturers use less gender stereotypes in their advertising on social media than on TV or print....

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Spain

According to research from the Otago and Auckland Universities, children aged 11 to 13 are exposed to around 27 unhealthy food advertisements per day. The authors call for urgent action to reduce children’s exposure to marketing of unhealthy foods....

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New Zealand

During the presentation of a new book on “The rights of Mexican children in the face of the obesogenic environment” in the Chamber of Deputies, the Autonomous University of Mexico, the consumer association and the Centre for Research in Nutrition and Health called for strengthening food and beverage advertising rules. The book reviews the global evolution of legislation meant evolved to protect children from obesity. It highlights how Mexican standards are lagging behind when it comes to protecting the children from the market and advertising influence....

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Mexico

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