Marketinglaw Update | November 2018

Written on 28 Nov 2018

Welcome to your update from Osborne Clarke’s Marketing Law team, with the usual eclectic mix of marcomms law and regulatory developments.

This month’s coverage includes amongst other things an update on the e-Privacy Regulation, ASA guidance on influencers, the ICO’s first enforcement notice under the GDPR and coverage on the Love Island ad break controversy.

We hope you find these updates useful. Please feel free to get in touch if you’d like to follow up with us on anything.

Chloe Deng
Senior Associate

Latest news

Europe | ePrivacy Regulation update
e-Privacy Regulation regains momentum. Nick reports on the changes in the latest draft, including updates to cookies and soft opt-in.
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ICO’s first enforcement action under the GDPR
The ICO has issued its first enforcement notice under the GDPR against an online behavioural advertising company based in Canada. What happened? Daisy Jones reports.
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Guidance for influencer advertising published
CAP has issued guidance to influencers on when their content needs to be labelled as advertising. Elliott Prentiss reports.
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Bust-ed: cosmetic surgery ad breaches advertising rules
The ASA has ruled that an ad connecting cosmetic surgery with an aspirational lifestyle was irresponsible and harmful. James Salisbury reports.
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Making your prize draw a winner: CAP publishes guidance on how to select winners
CAP publishes guidance on how to select prize draw winners. Are you complying? Charlotte Groom summarises the guidance.
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