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Frightmare advert censored by Advertising Standards Authority for being 'too scary'

frightmare advert censored by advertising standards authority for being 'too scary'
The poster was outside a train station and depicted people in 'prosthetic monstrous make-up'
Gloucestershire Echo Also reported by •Stroud LifeGloucester Citizen

David Coulthard safe driving app advert for Aviva banned

The Advertising Standards Agency said that it "encouraged dangerous and irresponsible driving".
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local News

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Britain will set new advertising standards that address portrayals of gender stereotypes for both children and adults.
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News video: UK advertising watchdog cracks down on gender stereotypes

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LONDON, July 18 (Reuters) Adverts depicting girls as ballerinas alongside boys as rock climbers are likely to become a thing of the past in Britain under new rules set out by the UK’s advertising..
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News video: McDonald's Pulls Filet-O-Fish UK Ad After Backlash

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News video: UK Watchdog Bans New Batch of Advertisements

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The U.K.'s Advertising Standards Authority just censored a new batch of ads.
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News video: Jaguar Connected Car Ad Pulled After Watchdog Complaints

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In the wake of several complaints advertising watchdogs have put the brakes on a Jaguar ad they say encourages drivers to multitask at the wheel of your Jaguar. More specifically the Jaguar XE ad..
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Advertising standards chair calls for body to check politicians' claims after 'misleading' Brexit campaign

Lord Smith, who describes himself as a 'proud and passionate remainer', also said that the British public should have the chance to vote in a second referendum
Independent

Beer brand's 'Jesus in bunny suit' tweet deemed 'not derogatory' by ASA

The Advertising Standards Authority has rejected a complaint against a tweet sent at Easter by a beer company, which included an image of Jesus wearing a rabbit costume.
PRWeek

The immigration policies we need won’t come from Brexit

the immigration policies we need won’t come from brexit
The Brexiteers were in no position to make any promises – least of all that we would take back control of our country – when they fought the EU referendum campaign. Had the referendum campaign..
City A.M.

Beware of holiday adverts that attribute value to nonexistent savings

beware of holiday adverts that attribute value to nonexistent savings
August is school holiday time. Many parents will have searched travel websites to plan the family holiday. The travel industry is dynamic and competitive, with a good record of offering choice and..
City A.M.

Australia’s ad watchdog ‘will not investigate’ misleading anti-gay marriage ads

Australia's Advertising Standards Bureau has said it will not rule on complaints about misleading or offensive adverts ahead of a postal vote on same-sex marriage.
PinkNews

Purplebricks boss sold shares days before damning documentary was aired

purplebricks boss sold shares days before damning documentary was aired
​A lettings director at Purplebricks sold shares worth nearly £300,000 less than a week before a damning BBC report on the online estate agency was broadcast. Richard Jacques cashed in 60,000..
City A.M.

Does American Express offer the best cashback credit cards?

As an advert for the American Express Platinum Cashback Everyday Credit Card is pulled for being potentially misleading, Which? explores whether it’s actually worth snapping up. The Advertising..
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Bristol nightclub Lola Lo's advert banned for being irresponsible, sexually explicit and objectifying women

bristol nightclub lola lo's advert banned for being irresponsible, sexually explicit and objectifying women
Lola Lo's promotion is still on its Facebook page despite the Advertising Standards Agency warning
Bristol Post

The Pineapple Lounge's Emma Worrollo is taking on bad advertising for kids

the pineapple lounge's emma worrollo is taking on bad advertising for kids
As a hardened child of the nineties, I remember the marketing for kids products all too well. Pulsing kaleidoscopic ads; bellowing cartoon characters – BUY! BUY! BUY! Toys in cereal, toys with..
City A.M.

TV bundle prices debunked – do product bundles actually save you money?

The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) recently fined John Lewis for a ‘misleading’ price on a home-entertainments bundle. So we’re taking a closer look at a few popular bundle offers from...
Which?

Nottingham taxi firm criticised over 'misleading' advertising

nottingham taxi firm criticised over 'misleading' advertising
The Advertising Standards Agency found that they broke four clauses of the code
Nottingham Post

'Milk is inhumane' advert approved by Government watchdog

Advertising Standards Authority gives green light to Go Vegan World newspaper ad despite dairy industry outcry
Independent

Watchdog backs vegans' milk advert

watchdog backs vegans' milk advert
The Advertising Standards Authority has backed the organisation Go Vegan World painting a horrifying picture of young calves being taken from their mothers so we can have the milk they produce.
MailOnline

Gender stereotypes should be of equal concern to all sexes

gender stereotypes should be of equal concern to all sexes
The BBC gender pay gap, the first female Dr Who and lthe Advertising Standards Authority's latest report prove there's a long way to go
Wales Online


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