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Effective Date Set For FTC Amendments To Affiliate Marketing Rule – Consumer Protection

Effective Date Set For FTC Amendments To Affiliate Marketing Rule - Consumer Protection
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United States of America: Set an Effective Date for FTC Amendments to the Affiliate Marketing Rule

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The FTC’s final rule amending requirements allowing a consumer to prohibit the use of certain information obtained from affiliates to attract customers has been published in the Federal Register.

The amendments, which are consistent with the Fair Credit Reporting Act amendments, will take effect on October 18, 2021.

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  1. Federal Register: Affiliate Marketing Base

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