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Updated FTC Dot Com Disclosures Guide Will Address Twitter, Blogs

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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The Federal Trade Commission soon will issue updated guidance about how endorsers and marketers should disclose financial relationships on blogs, Twitter and other social media platforms. The original guidance issued in 2000 was published before social networking boomed.

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