ASRC Press Releases

CARU Reviews Ad for Zuru’s ‘Dory’ and ‘Bailey’ Toys; Recommends Advertiser Modify Swimming Pool Scene to Address Safety Concerns

CARU has recommended that Zuru Inc., the maker of products that include the “Finding Dory: Swimming Dory and Bailey Robofish,” modify broadcast advertising for the toys to address CARU’s safety concerns over swimming pool scenes. The company has agreed to do so.

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IsoSensuals Says it will Discontinue Challenged Claims for Vaginal Tightening Supplement, Buttocks Enhancement Cream in Response to NAD Inquiry

IsoSensuals, the maker of the dietary supplement “TIGHT Vaginal Tightening Pills” and “CURVE Butt Enhancement Cream,” has informed the NAD that it will permanently discontinue advertising claims that formed the basis of an NAD inquiry.

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NAD Refers Advertising for ‘Solar D’ Sunscreen to Federal Regulators after Company Declines to Participate in Review

NAD has referred advertising claims made by Solar D Skincare, LLC, the maker of Solar D Sunscreen, to federal authorities after the company declined to provide substantiation for advertising claims made on the company’s website, in social media and in a public relations campaign.

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NAD Refers Claims Made For Zeltiq’s ‘CoolSculpting Cryolipolysis’ Process to FTC, FDA For Further Review

NAD has referred advertising claims made by Zeltiq Aesthetics, Inc., for the company’s “CoolScupting Cryolipolysis Body Contouring System” to the FTC for further review after the company said it would not abide by certain of NAD’s recommendations.

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NAD Refers Claims Made by UltraMax for ‘Max Synapse’ to FTC for Further Review

NAD has referred advertising claims made by UltraMax Health, Inc., for the company’s “Max Synapse” supplement to the Federal Trade Commission for further review after the company failed to provide a substantive response to an NAD inquiry.

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Privacy watchdog sniffs out websites’ compliance violations

Accountability Program brings companies into compliance with Principles Arlington, VA – September 22, 2016 The Online Interest-Based Advertising Accountability Program continues to enforce industry best practices for privacy, releasing three new decisions today that are the results of consumer complaints. The cases, Dropbox, Harte Hanks, and Panasonic, concerned websites’ compliance under the desktop-focused Self-Regulatory Principles for Online Behavioral Advertising. As part of its enforcement efforts, the Accountability Program responds to complaints from consumers who are concerned...

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