Advertising Standards Authority


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Advertising Standards Authority

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(Marketing) an independent UK body set up by the advertising industry to ensure that all advertisements comply with the British Code of Advertising Practice. Abbreviation: ASA
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The Advertising Standards Authority says current descriptions of broadband speeds "up to" a certain amount are confusing and will be changed in 2017.
Age Cymru has been running a "scams and swindles" campaign for the past 18 months and has received the backing from the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
But advertising watchdog the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ordered the adverts not to be published again in their present format.
The chain fell foul of the Advertising Standards Authority after running an offer for their Premiere Club loyalty scheme.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) upheld a complaint following a broadcast on the satellite station Sangat TV and ruled the advert must not be shown again.
London, June 20 ( ANI ): Soccer star Wayne Rooney has been censured by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for passing off an advertisement for Nike as a personal comment on his Twitter account.
BETFRED have fallen foul of the Advertising Standards Authority over a free-bet TV promotion that featured founder Fred Done.
2 But a would-be passenger complained to the Advertising Standards Authority when he couldn't get that price.
Summary: The television advert for Beyonce's new fragrance 'Heat' has been deemed 'sexually provocative' by the Advertising Standards Authority.
The Advertising Standards Authority said the 107 calories claim in the context of Father Christmas discussing having put on weight gave the misleading impression that a Kit Kat was low in energy.
The leaflet was reported to the Advertising Standards Authority by Pendragon Consultants, acting on behalf of a company called Infinergy.
But the Advertising Standards Authority ruled most viewers would see the ad as light-hearted and did not uphold the complaints.

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