Who Got Those Social 'Influencer' Letters From the FTC? Read the Full List.

The letters served as reminders to influencers and marketers about their obligations to reveal business relationships in endorsement deals.

, The National Law Journal


Jennifer Lopez, Nicole Polizzi, the "Jersey Shore" star better known as Snooki, and the former baksetball star Allen Iverson were among the celebrities the Federal Trade Commission recently sent letters to as part of the agency's push to promote clearer disclosures of business relationships in endorsement deals. The FTC in its announcement last month about the letters did not name any of the celebrities and stars who received them. The National Law Journal obtained the FTC letters through a records request.

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  • Better to police fake activists...

    @Don - AGREED.

  • Ethics in Journalism?

    "was not immediately reached for comment" "were not reached for comment" Author called/e-mailed/whatever and received no answer? Author didn‘t reach out to the party/parties at all?

  • Don

    Something similar should probably be done with those political protesters who are allegedly recruited and paid by Soros-related intermediaries. Perhaps they should be required to wear a sign, readable from a distance, saying something like "This is a paid political activity." or something similar.

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