#update: The evolution of the twitter ‘#’ disclosure rules
Published 07 October 2013 By: Alex Kelham
The authorities are having to move fast to keep up with social media, and once again Wayne Rooney's twitter activities have been scrutinised by the Advertising Standards Agency (the ASA).
In an update to my previous blog, this piece looks at the latest development in the #ad #spon twitter saga.
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