New FTC resources for social media influencers

Whether you are an advertiser that uses influencers in your marketing or an influencer who works with brands a new publication issued by the FTC is one you should read. It is called Disclosures 101 for Social Media Influencers. The publication is written for non-lawyers and summarizes the basics, namely explaining that if you endorse a


Copyright owners and online media services have been at odds about the responsibility (or lack of responsibility) the services like YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and others have when people post/upload without permission copyrighted content owned by the copyright owners. The compromise (developed earlier for earlier online publishers, like AOL, MySpace, and the like and made part

By | September 16th, 2015|Content Clearance, Fair Use, Uncategorized|0 Comments