You agree that all content that provide you will comply with all relevant laws. We have a number of rules relating to the acceptability of Content, which are derived from the following three principles:
LEGAL: Content should not contain anything that is in breach of any laws nor omit anything required by any laws.
DECENT: Content should not contain Content that is likely to cause grave or widespread offence or embarrassment, be unsuitable for publication or display, or be likely to subject us or our affiliates to criticism or embarrassment.
HONEST & TRUTHFUL: Content must be honest and truthful about any matters likely to influence Buyers attitudes toward any of Your Products or Services. We prohibit any deceptive or misleading Content, including, but not limited to, Content containing ambiguities, exaggerated claims, inaccuracies, or omissions.
Any title or services protected or regulated by law imposes an obligation upon the individuals using the title in advertising to ensure that they are appropriately qualified and authorised by the relevant regulatory body (for example, solicitors/attorneys, doctors, dentists, architects, etc). Where required by law individuals must include their professional registration in their Content.
Sites offering credit or banking services to consumers are not permitted. The services or products prohibited are listed below. Note that this is not an exhaustive list.
Advertising of tobacco products is prohibited under the Tobacco Advertising and Promotions Act 2002. It is an offence to promote a tobacco product.
To clarify, the following Content should not be included in a Site:
From 1 September 2007 it has been legal to publish in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland) a wider range of gambling advertisements than previously, including for casinos, gaming, betting, lotteries and internet gambling. However, all advertisements published (including in Northern Ireland) from 1 September 2007 must comply with new rules as set out in the British Code of Non-broadcast Advertising, Sales Promotion and Direct Marketing. Note that spread betting remains subject to separate Financial Services Act requirements.
See www.cap.org.uk for further details.
Advertisements which advertise services as a gas installer/engineer require the advertiser and/or individual or firm being advertised to be registered on the Gas Safe Register run by Capita Gas Registration and Ancillary Services.
Advertisements for the provision of services or products in the areas of Health and Beauty are regulated. This is by way of professional or regulatory bodies for health, and the British Code of Non-broadcast Advertising, Sales Promotion and Direct Marketing for beauty.
Advertisements offering advice or treatment for medical conditions are acceptable, provided they adhere to the British Code of Non-broadcast Advertising, Sales Promotion and Direct Marketing.
Advertisements for services as a gas installer/engineer require the seller to be registered on the Gas Safe Register run by Capita Gas Registration and Ancillary Services.
You will comply with all Laws in force, in particular, the principles of safeguarding public order, respecting personal dignity and non-discrimination due to race, gender, religion, opinion, nationality, disability or any other personal or social circumstances, the protection of youth and childhood, the protection of the right to personal and household privacy, of freedom of speech and freedom of information.
You shall guarantee that the information provided is truthful and updated and declare that the contents of advertisements, brands and other copyright or proprietary rights or patents included in such contents or on your website do not infringe the rights of other natural or legal person, they are not against the Law or offensive, and they are truthful and coincide with the quality of the products and services that are offered.
Deceitful, unfair, aggressive and subliminal advertising is forbidden and We may suspend, withdraw or turn down any publications or prevent the information from being accessed by third parties if it becomes aware that the activity or the information that is stored is unlawful or that it harms third-party goods, interests or rights.
The advertising of beverages with an alcohol grade of 20% vol. or higher is forbidden, and this also applies to places where the sale or consumption of alcoholic beverages is forbidden.
A general prohibition applies to tobacco products, as well as to any kinds of advertising and promotion of products in all mediums and formats, including cigarette dispensing machines and information society services.
The advertising of healthcare materials or products and any other materials or products subject to technical or healthcare regulations, as well as those products, goods, activities and services capable of generating risks for the health or safety of individuals or their property shall comply with the prior regulatory authorisations.
Narcotics, psychotropic substances and drugs that are meant for consumption by individuals and animals may only be advertised in the cases, forms and under the conditions established in the special applicable rules.
The advertising, sponsorship or promotion in any manner whatsoever of games of chance or betting and the advertising or promotion of gaming operators are forbidden when the relevant authorisation for the advertising is not included in the title of authorisation.
Financial and banking products shall comply with the legal provisions established for the product or service involved, but in any event the advertising must be objective, clear, sufficient and non-deceitful and it must be identifiable as advertising in terms of its contents and how it is presented.
You will comply and respect the rules governing the advertising of products and / or services offered by them. The rules listed below are merely illustrative and not exhaustive.
The advertising, promotion and sponsorship of tobacco, products containing tobacco and products that do not contain tobacco but may be identified with it, directly or indirectly, is prohibited under Act 26.687 and complementary legislation.
Advertising of alcohol or the incentive to drink it is prohibited, under Act 24.788, regulatory decree 149/2009 and complementary legislation, if it:
Those who advertise for tourism, using images that exhibit tourist sites, shall record the name of the site and location reproduced, as well as any information which if omitted would result in a misleading interpretation, deception or confusion about the site or location. This information shall be published with typographical characters not less than two percent (2%) of the height of the advertising piece, it must have a sense of writing identical and equivalent to the colour contrast of the reproduced image and must be easily readable (Act 26.104 and complementary).
Requirements and instructions set out in ANMAT Provision 4980/2005 and complementary legislation must be met. These provide, among other things, that any food advertisement shall:
This kind of advertising must also respect the product definition, composition and specification established by the Argentine Food Code.
It is prohibited, under Act 22.802 and complementary legislation, to:
Requirements and instructions set out in ANMAT Provision 4980/2005 and complementary legislation must be met. These provide, amongst other things, that any free sale medicine advertisement shall:
For dietary supplements, according to the provisions of the said Provision, they must, among other things, meet the definition of dietary supplement included in paragraph 1381 of the Argentine Food Code.
Requirements and instructions set out in ANMAT Provision 4980/2005 and complementary must be met. These provide, amongst other things, that advertisement of these products must encourage the appropriate and rational use of the product, presenting its properties objectively without deception or being misleading, providing true, accurate and clear information, according to its use and should not induce improper use that affect human health.
Under Decree 936/11, all advertising and promotions that promote sexual solicitation or make explicit or implicit reference to people soliciting for the sex trade, is prohibited, as well as any advertisement which its text refers to a lawful activity but has as its ultimate goal the achievement of some of the activities listed above.
The advertising of financial services must clearly indicate the benefits and advantages they provide, as well as the interest and fees applicable.
The designations used in the Financial Institutions Act (Act 21.526 and complementary legislation) to characterize the financial entities and their operations, may only be used by authorized entities. Similar or derived names that may mislead about its nature or individuality must not be used. Any advertising or action by persons not authorized tending attract deposits from the public is prohibited.
The advertising, promotion or sponsorship of tobacco products in media broadcast television, radio or other similar communications is prohibited under the Prevention and control of the risk of tobacco Act 28,705.
If an entity decides to offer advertising about financial or pension services, such as loan contracts or bank deposits, it should include in each piece of advertising, the following information, under customer protection in financial services Act 28,587:
Also, it must inform the customer in the advertising all relevant terms or conditions which affect the conditions of the financial services, under Banking and Insurance, Private Pension Superintendence Acts.
All drugs advertised through media that are available to people, including pharmaceutical products, should have appropriate health registration in the country and be licensed for sale without prescription, under Health General Act 26842. These products as well as natural products should not exaggerate their properties or otherwise mislead customers.
Pharmaceutical and natural products available under health prescription may only be directed to health professionals. In exceptional circumstances advertisements and reminders introduction aimed at health professionals and pharmacists may be advertised in media that are available to people, if it is accompanied by minimum information as set out by the Health Authority.
Advertising of beauty products is allowed if the customer is informed in a clear, understandable and true manner about the origin and the elements used for producing product, under Customer protection code Act 29571.
Alcohol advertising is subject to the following restrictions:
Advertisements about erotic services and phone calls for adult entertainment must be clearly indicated at the time of the advertisement.
In all cases, these advertisements have to note the call destination, rate per minute, the time at which it applies, the advertiser identification and advertising agency.
Advertisements or advertising campaigns for children or underage persons must contain the following requirements:
Sales promotion advertisements should have clear guidance concerning the minimum number of units of available products. Otherwise the advertiser is obliged to provide customers with the product.
Condition and restrictions on access to sales promotions must be clearly made available to the participant in a prominent and easily accessible manner, indicating all relevant information.
These advertisements are governed by Trade Promotion and Contests with Social objects Administrative Regulation, Act 006-2000-IN or related legislation.
Advertisements about these services require the advertiser to be authorized by the Investment in Energy and Mining Agency, as well as the Hydrocarbons General Director of Energy and Mines Secretary.
Advertising for lodging must comply with registration and reclassification under Establishments Lodging Administrative Regulation, Act 029-2004-MINCETUR.
Advertising about the gambling in Perú, must have the authorization of the Gambling and Machines General Director of the Foreign Trade and Tourism Secretary. In the case of online gambling, advertisers must comply with the Customer protection code Act 29571.
These advertisements are governed by the Customer protection code, Act 29571, which indicates that customers are informed in a clear, and understandable manner about the products and content and must be labeled in accordance with current regulations.
If you use any imagery provided by us such imagery should not be used to advertise or be in any way associated with any of the following: (a) pornography; (b) tobacco products; (c) adult entertainment or similar venues or for escort services; (d) dating services, unless accompanied by a clear and conspicuous statement that the person depicted therein is a model and is not a member of the dating service; (e) political endorsements; (f) pharmaceutical or healthcare, herbal or medicinal products, including, but not limited to dietary supplements, digestive aids, herbal supplements, personal hygiene or birth control products, if the use implies that the depicted person engages in any immoral or illegal activity or suffers from a physical or mental infirmity, ailment or condition.
Listings for the provision of drugs and products and services in the areas of health and beauty are regulated by Laws. We prohibit the listing of some products and services in this area (see section 0 below). All other listings in this area must comply with all applicable Laws.
If you list any works of art as 'genuine', you must have and be able to provide evidence of authenticity. However, if you list an art work that is a replica or reproduction, the listing should contain the word 'reproduction' in the title. You also must accurately disclose the condition of the art work and any alterations or repairs. You cannot advertise art work that is an unauthorized copy or art work that violates any copyright or trademark.
If you believe that any art work listed on Our Website infringes your IP rights, please notify us immediately in accordance with our Defamation, Copyright and Trademark Infringement Policy.
There are many Laws relating to the advertising and labelling of a wide variety of consumer goods, including but not limited to alternative fuels, alternative fuel vehicles, amplifier power output claims, appliance labelling, automobile fuel ratings, contact lenses, eyeglasses, fur products labelling, home insulation, negative option plans, recycled oil, retail food stores, television picture measurement, textile fiber products labelling, and wool products labelling. Listings for consumer goods must comply with all Laws.
In general, we prohibit:
You must not list any of the above on Our Website.
Set out below is a list of Prohibited Products. The list provides examples only, and is not intended to limit the generality of section 3.4.1, or to be exhaustive or all-inclusive.
If you breach Our Advertising Policy in any other way, we may cancel your listings or suspend or cancel Your Account. You are responsible for ensuring that Your Products and Services are legal and that they comply with Our Advertising Policy.