ANA REPORT HINTS AT POTENTIAL LEGAL PITFALLS FOR MEDIA AGENCIES

The Association of National Advertisers released a white paper dealing with the potential legal actions media agencies may face for nontransparent practices as part of a "long-term, industrywide investigation" by the FBI. The group's "Transparency at a Crossroads" report follows a letter to members last month suggesting they cooperate with FBI investigations into nontransparent practices...

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