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With regard to question 1 Advertising and sponsoring are regulated by the Law of Georgia on Advertising (LoA) adopted on 18 February 1998 and the Law of Georgia on Broadcasting (LoB) adopted on 24 December 2004. (...) According to Article 2 of the LoA its purposes are: development of competition in the purview of advertising; protection of the rights of society, subjects of advertising and consumers and; prevention and preclusion of inappropriate advertising. (...) The Georgian legislation also contains definitions of social advertising as well as of pre-election advertising.
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Score: 938954.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...nImpactAdvertising/Georgia.pdf
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Does the regulation apply both to off-line and on-line advertising? The general requirements on advertising have been established under the Law on Advertising of the Republic of Lithuania. (...) Such prohibitions apply for all types and means of advertising (both off-line and on-line advertising). 2. (...) Point 8 of paragraph 2 of Article 4 of the Law on Advertising establishes that the advertising is prohibited if it uses special subliminal measures and technologies in advertising dissemination.
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Score: 938548 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...pactAdvertising/Lithuania.docx
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The term “advertisement” covers any form of advertising for goods or services, regardless of the medium used [4]. (...) It should provide a clear definition of advertising, and cover advertising in all its forms. (...) Self-regulation in advertising 6.1 International standards of self-regulation The advertising industry promotes self-regulation in preference to government controls of advertising.
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Score: 936791 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...es/Code/Advertisingfinal10.pdf
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Brazil has a mixed system for advertising control, which combines federal legislation and self-regulatory instruments developed over the last 33 years by the Brazilian Advertising Self-Regulation Council (CONAR). (...) In general, Brazilian advertising has slowly become more multicultural, having included social minorities, mainly people of African descent, in advertisements. (...) Are advertising messages protected by general provisions on freedom of speech?
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Score: 932653.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...Advertising/Brazil_English.doc
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WTO | Services: Advertising WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION Home   |  About WTO   |  News & events   |  Trade topics   |  WTO membership   |  Documents & resources   |  External relations Contact us   |  Site map   |  A-Z   |  Search español   français home trade topics services sector-by-sector advertising services SERVICES: SECTOR BY SECTOR Advertising services The sector includes sale or leasing of advertising space or time; planning, creating and placement services of advertising; outdoor and aerial advertising and delivery of samples and other advertising materials. There are commitments in advertising services in the schedules of 51 WTO Members, which together represent 80% of world merchandise trade and the majority of global advertising activity.   (...) Proposals on advertising services Proposals for advertising is also mentioned in professional services and business services   back to top The mandate  Principles of trade in advertising services are contained, like for all services, in the GATS .     
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Score: 932607 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...dvertising_e/advertising_e.htm
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(d) A comprehensive ban on tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship should include cross-border advertising, promotion and sponsorship. This includes both out- flowing advertising, promotion and sponsorship (originating from a Party’s territory) and in-flowing advertising, promotion and sponsorship (entering a Party’s territory). (...) Cross-border advertising, promotion and sponsorship entering a Party’s territory 51.
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Score: 932383.4 - https://www.who.int/fctc/guidelines/article_13.pdf
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LAW ON ADVERTISING SECTION I. General Provision Article 1. (...) General and specific requirement for advertising Article 4. General requirements for advertising 1. (...) Article 10. Weapons advertising It is prohibited of advertising of weapons.
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Score: 930847.95 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...cc_e/geo_e/WTACCGEO8_LEG_2.pdf
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One of the “last avenues” of tobacco advertising has been exploited due to restrictions on other forms of tobacco advertising, such as on radio, TV and in newspapers and magazines. Yet tobacco advertising at retail point of sale is just as insidious as other forms of tobacco advertising, and in some ways even more dangerous. (...) The World Health Organization was delighted to see much stronger restrictions on tobacco advertising included in the latest draft of the proposed changes to the Advertising Law.
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Score: 927552.1 - https://www.who.int/hongkongch...is-not-gold-it-could-be-deadly
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One of the “last avenues” of tobacco advertising has been exploited due to restrictions on other forms of tobacco advertising, such as on radio, TV and in newspapers and magazines. Yet tobacco advertising at retail point of sale is just as insidious as other forms of tobacco advertising, and in some ways even more dangerous. (...) The World Health Organization was delighted to see much stronger restrictions on tobacco advertising included in the latest draft of the proposed changes to the Advertising Law.
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Score: 925747.95 - https://www.who.int/macaochina...is-not-gold-it-could-be-deadly
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The ASB receives advertising complaints from the public and refers them to the Advertising Standards Board for determination. (...) There are also some other bodies which deal with specific types of advertisements. For example, alcohol advertising is also regulated under the Alcoholic Beverages (and Packaging) Advertising Code. Complaints concerning alcohol advertising, depending on the complaint, may be considered by the Advertising Standards Board and the Alcoholic Beverages Advertising Code Chief Adjudicator.
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Score: 924763.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...pactAdvertising/Australia.docx
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