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The Advertising Standards Bureau is pleased with receiving yet another positive endorsement of the effectiveness of the advertising self-regulation system.

Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB), Chief Executive Officer, Ms Fiona Jolly said she was pleased the ...

The Advertising Standards Bureau’s (ASB) work during its 15th year, detailed in the Review of Operations 2013, shows a vibrant and responsive organisation which continues to...

It’s people just like you who review Australian advertisements that receive complaints, according to a new advertising campaign by the Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB).

The ...

Research which highlights the Queensland community’s alignment with Advertising Standard Board decisions show recommendations made in a Queensland Government inquiry report are flawed.

“The strong alignment between Board decisions and community opinions found in the ...

The Advertising Standards Bureau is considering a report tabled by a Queensland Government Health and Community Services Committee into sexually explicit outdoor advertising.

Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB) Chief Executive Officer, Ms Fiona Jolly, said while the recommendations handed...

This year’s most complained about ads raise a broader range of issues than in previous years, although complaint numbers about individual ads are lower.

“While the numbers of complaints about individual ads were lower than in previous years, the reasons for complaint and the issues raised...

Ad Standards’ work during 2012 has been recognised by the European Advertising Standards Alliance(EASA) at its 10th annual Best Practice Awards.

The Advertising Standards Bureau (ASB) was awarded the overall ...

Taking on and promoting new and innovative approaches to advertising self-regulation are highlights of the Advertising Standards Bureau’s work during 2012.

Details of the Advertising Standards Bureau’s (ASB) work in ensuring new forms of advertising and marketing communications are included...

Medical terminology, innuendo, bad spelling and blasphemy feature alongside the issues of discrimination and vilification of religion, lifestyle choices and age, in the 10 most complained about ads of 2012.

“The most complained about ad in 2012 was a television ad which used the word vagina,...

A recent report released by the Obesity Policy Coalition has incorrectly highlighted the need for people wishing to complain about food advertising to interpret Codes.

“Our complaints process does not require people to interpret codes in making a complaint,” Advertising Standards Bureau...

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