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Geraint Lloyd-Taylor comments for BBC News, The Times and The Financial Times: Social media stars agree to declare when they post ads
Press23 January 2019
Geraint Lloyd-Taylor has commented in articles for BBC News, The Times and The Financial Times which discuss the recent agreement from sixteen social media stars to clearly state if they have been paid or received any gifts or loans of products they endorse online.
07 August 2017
In what is a highly unusual volte-face, an advertiser has succeeded in turning the tables on the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
24 November 2016
When is a can of baked beans a danger to children?
21 October 2016
An Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) ruling in September illustrates that some brands and their agencies are still getting it wrong when it comes using a celebrity’s social media presence to promote their product.
Press22 January 2016
Brinsley Dresden has authored an article for Marketing Magazine which discusses the Advertising Standards Authority's recent decision relating to an advertorial on BuzzFeed and the impact the ruling may have on the use of native advertising.
Press15 July 2015
Brinsley Dresden has been quoted in an article by The Drum which discusses the Advertising Standards Authority’s decision to ‘clear’ an outdoor bus and poster campaign to promote the Twentieth Century Fox Films horror movie Poltergiest.
Press30 May 2014
Brinsley Dresden has been quoted in the Marketing Week article following the publication of the ASA’s annual report and its new strategy.
Press08 October 2013
In an article for LawInSport, Alex Kelham discusses a complaint received by the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) about a tweet Wayne Rooney posted for Nike; the second time his twitter activities have been scrutinised.
Press25 October 2012
Jo Farmer discusses the self-regulated Advertising Standards Authority and questions whether Governmental regulation of advertising would be productive in an article for Marketing Week.
Press05 July 2012
Two recent complaints about Nike highlight what will continue to be a tricky area for brand owners and marketers to navigate, writes Brinsley Dresden in his article for the Guardian Media Network.