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COMPLAN has more protein than HORLICKS: DHC

In a case of comparative advertisement, the Delhi High Court ruled that advertisement is a facet of commercial speech which is protected under the Constitution and the same can be restricted only in accordance with law. “….advertisement is a facet … Continue reading

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Google engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct: Australian Court

In what may turn out to be a major set back to Google Australia, the Federal Court of Australia has ruled that Google has engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct as a result of displaying an advertiser’s web address, or … Continue reading

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TRAI takes steps to Stop Misleading Tariff Advertisements

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) announced “Preventing Misleading Tariff Advertisements” measures to improve transparency in telecom tariff offers so that telecom subscribers can choose the best available tariff plans. A tariff advertisement would be considered misleading if it … Continue reading

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