Nigeria’s advertising regulatory body’s plan to vet adverts on social media is in peril after two historical court cases ruled the agency had no jurisdiction over non-members.
Nigeria’s advertising regulatory body is planning to regulate online ads. According to a recently released memo, the Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria (APCON) has threatened to take “zero tolerance on the exposure of adverts on any social media platform.” “The Advertising Standards Panel (ASP) has observed that certain brands expose their communication materials on the […]
The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has commenced the mandatory registration of online media platforms and influencers operating in the country, according to reports.
With social media giant Facebook looking to be saddled with more deceased user accounts than living by 2100, there is an increasing need to think about what happens to our digital assets after we pass on.
What will a no-likes count social media mean for influencer marketing if it becomes a permanent feature or if it’s just the beginning of similar tactics planned for the future?
Nongovernmental organisations championing human rights in various parts of the globe are looking to technology and innovation to increase the scope and impact of their activities in areas where these NGOs are present.