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Google’s Good Advertising Standards

Chris Hoofnagle, professor of law in residence | September 24, 2010

Media companies have always had a complex relationship with consumer protection. On one hand, they want to protect consumers from harm, but on the other, advertising butters their bread. Thus historically, media companies have opposed product safety, truth-in-advertising, and even the incredibly popular Telemarketing Do-Not-Call Registry. They have argued that consumers are best protected in … Continue reading »