FTC issues guidelines on mobile ads
0. phoneArena 13 Mar 2013, 14:27 posted on
The FTC has issued some guidelines on mobile ads that update regulations that were first issued in 2000 and also takes newer forms of social media into consideration, like Twitter; the FTC says that just because a tweet is limited to 140 characters doesn't mean that advertisers can skimp on the disclosures that it is obliged to reveal...
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1. InspectorGadget80 (Posts: 6878; Member since: 26 Mar 2011)
What they need too do is get rid of ads. We already have em on pc's tv dont need them on our phones. Even with a stop ad app wont work that well
2. noone (Posts: 3; Member since: 27 Feb 2013)
if ad on mobile website is allowed, then the advertisement company should pay for every byte we use on loading the ad, i mean, we are paying our data on tier, it is not unlimited, and i need my data to do other import things like streaming youtube on my way to work.