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Why Influencers are Being Unfairly 'Singled Out' by Ad Watchdogs

Summary: As the proliferation of influencer marketing continues to explode, advertising watchdogs are scrambling to ensure rules around disclosure protect fans following those influencers, but are they being singled out unfairly compared to other marketing channels? According to Karen Robinovitz, chief creative officer...
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