FTC's First Action Against a Social Media 'Influencer' Might Not Be Last

, The National Law Journal

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The Federal Trade Commission in several cases has faulted social media "influencers" for failing to disclose the payments behind their seemingly organic endorsements. But the FTC had only reached settlements with the companies, raising a question of when—if ever—the agency would directly go after the influencers. That time has come. The agency this week took its first action against an influencer.

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  • T.G. Reaper

    All so-called influencers should be rounded up and summarily executed, along with anyone stupid enough to have been influenced by them.

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