ASB - New wagering code

As of 1 July 2016, the Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB) will begin accepting complaints under the Australian Association of National Advertisers (AANA) Wagering Advertising & Marketing Communication Code. The object of this Code is to ensure that advertisers and marketers develop and maintain a high sense of social responsibility in advertising and marketing wagering products in Australia. The AANA Wagering Code applies to advertising or marketing communications on any medium which is undertaken by, or on behalf of a licenced operator of wagering product or services.

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ASASA- New Code preparation

 

 ASASA is preparing a new code in pursuit of the SRO’s application accreditation with regard to the Consumer Protection Act. Consultations with members and the public about the new Code will follow. The SRO approached and is currently having discussions with the Minister of Trade and Industry and the Deputy-Minister of Communications, as well as the Director of the Department of Trade and Industry. The Code Review Committee meeting is scheduled for the 14th of July 2016. 

 

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Bulgarian National Association Essential Oils, Perfumery and Cosmetics (BNAEOPC) became a member of the National Council for Self- regulation

 

BNAOPCS includes local and multinational producers and traders of essential oils, perfumery and cosmetics, as well as companies related to the industry - producers and traders of raw materials, packaging, and equipment.

All its members now pledge to apply the Guiding Principles on Responsible Advertising and Marketing Communication of Cosmetics Europe, in addition to the Bulgarian National Ethical Code.

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New “Image and respect of the person” Code

 New “Image and respect of the person” Code

 As part of the review of all ethical rules adopted for advertising in France, the ARPP continues to update its “Image and respect of the person” Code. Being historically very involved in this issue (the first recommendation BVP dating from 1975), ARPP and its members (advertisers, agencies, media and advertising media) have regularly updated their rules to be in sync with the development of society.

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ÖRT Launches Revised Advertising Code

A revised version of the Hungarian Advertising Code of Ethics was launched last month to make sure Hungarian ad standards are at the forefront of the latest international developments in advertising practices.

The new code places special emphasis on the protection of children, has been updated to include sections on cosmetics advertising and extends its remit to cover Online Behavioural Advertising – which consumers can visit youronlinechoices.eu for greater transparency and control over digital ads.

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