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Amazon is teaming up with law enforcement to battle counterfeiting on the e-commerce platform. Online sellers should click to learn about the major change.Read »
Twitter suspend Grindr from its ad platform over possible GDPR violations. Learn about the situation and figure out if your brand is at risk for being booted.Read »
Want to be an online marketer or influencer? Did you know you must adhere to promotional laws and rules? Click through for a guide to the regulations.Read »
Is eBay Imposing Illegal Sales Tax on Exempt Items? Yes, and it may be the seller's fault. Every Illinois e-commerce operation should read this article.Read »
The Federal Trade Commission released a guide and instructive videos for online marketing influencers. We outline what you need to know in this post.Read »
The SEC accused a crypto-backed, multi-level-marketing company of absconding with millions of dollars. Jump in to learn more about this case.Read »
Attention all online retailers: The Golden State has a new online sales and use tax. It applies to all out-of-state sellers who sell into California.Read »
When is it OK to use the "Made in the USA" tagline? In this blog post we tackle the marketing law issue. Also discussed: "Assembled in the USA."Read »
The FTC regularly files legal actions against companies that use negative option checkout procedures to enroll people in recurring billing unwittingly.Read »