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Married Woman Sues Match for Photo Use

According to a lawsuit filed, Match has been using stock photography to represent “clients” of Match.com, even without seemingly their permission. In one case,...

HitPath at War with CPA Networks?

It seems that a major war between affiliate network software companies is brewing. Earlier this year, WebApps DBA HitPath filed a lawsuit against Cake...

Facebook Marketing = Go to Jail?

According to legal analysts, there is a law being passed which could in theory make many types of affiliate marketing a federal felony. In...

How to Hire a Good Internet Attorney

The biggest thing right for attorneys is to jump on the affiliate marketing bandwagon. With the CPA and affiliate industry still growing, a lot...

Mylife Sued for “Scam”

Social Networking Site, Mylife, heavily promoted by Affiliate and CPA marketers has been served with a class action lawsuit.  The lawsuit which was actually...

Payday Loan Marketers Charged by FTC

At the request of the Federal Trade Commission, a federal court has halted an online operation that allegedly debited consumers’ bank accounts without their...

Facebook Files TypoSquatting Lawsuit against Affiliate Marketers

If you didn’t notice, last week Facebook filed a lawsuit in federal court against several marketers for basically typo squatting. The lawsuit, found here...

$4.8 Million FTC Action against Swish Marketing

At the request of the Federal Trade Commission, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has ordered Swish Marketing, Inc. to...

The FTC Targets Scam Flogs But Ignores Media Companies That Promote Them

Technorati - The Federal Trade Commission has gone to war against all the fake news sites. If you’ve visited almost any real news site...

FTC Announces Accelerated Review of Six Rules & Guides

On July 7, 2011, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) announced an updated regulatory review schedule of numerous rules and guides in order to keep...

What Google’s Anti-Trust Woes Mean to Advertisers

ADOTAS – It was recently announced that Google is going to be investigated for anti-trust issues by the Federal Trade Commission. This action joins...

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Does Coronavirus Excuse Non-Performance Under a Contract?

The Coronavirus outbreak has raised a number of issues relating to contractual performance obligations. An excuse for non-performance of contractual obligations may...

Ways to Avoid Spam Traps in Email Marketing

New research by Trustwave reveals that 26 per cent of spam is infected with malware. As a result spam filters are getting...

How to do Email Marketing During Coronovirus

During a crisis, your email communication can make or break your business. Even more importantly, it can help, hurt, or confuse people.  You...

Feds Go After Coronavirus Scammers including Jim Bakker

The Federal Trade Commission and Federal Drug Administration took action by sending warning letters to several companies for allegedly selling products using...

Affiliate Vs Partner – What’s in a Name?

There has been a lot of discussion in social forums, blog posts and conference sessions about the use of the term affiliate and/or partner marketing. 'Affiliate vs Partner' was even the Keynote panel session at Affiliate Summit West this year - and even that was inconclusive.
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