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Advertising Standards Authority

a body which provides for self-regulation for print, cinema and posters. It oversees the code of advertising practice, considers complaints from the public and is financed by a surcharge on advertising.
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The Advertising Standards Agency backed the firm's stance and concluded the ad hadn't breached their code.
This week the Advertising Standards Agency ruled that the company can no longer use the slogan 'Everything PS1' after an eagle-eyed bargain hunter spotted a couple of 'special offer' items which were priced at PS3 and PS8.
CALVIN Harris and his record label, Sony, have been rapped by the Advertising Standards Agency for a "misleading" advert for his album, 18 Months.
Representatives from TPO, ARLA, RICS and UKALA met with the Committee of Advertising Practice (CAP) on 22 March regarding the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) ruling on disclosure of non-optional fees and charges to tenants.
uk drew the wrath of the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) for an advert by UK firm Smellyourmum.
THE Advertising Standards Agency hasbanned Paddy Power'sadvertdepicting transgenderpeople,whichwasshown in February to promote ladies' day at Cheltenham.
So three cheers for members of the Advertising Standards Agency who have had the courage of their own - and I suspect a silent majority of other people's - convictions and banned a Phones 4 U ad featuring a winking Jesus.
London, July 27 (ANI): The L'Oreal advert of actress Julia Roberts has been banned by the Advertising Standards Agency over complaints that it was airbrushed in order to mislead.
The Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) was approached by a disgruntled job seeker about an advert for delivery people for the Domino's Pizza, at Manor Walks Shopping Centre in Cramlington, Northumberland.
The Advertising Standards Agency received seven complaints about the ad, which was run in The Times, The Guardian and The Independent by Curzon Artificial Eye Film Company.
The Birmingham Mail has found a ruling against the Mirpur Cultural Society dating back to May from the Advertising Standards Agency.
But rivals British Gas and two members of the public complained to the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA).
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