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FTC letters warn social media stars about advertising labels

Over the last few months, the feds have slowly turned their attention to the spread of advertising over social media. With a lack of rules and information, celebrity “influencers” paid to push products on their growing audiences haven’t had consistent guidelines on how to reveal those relationships. Last year, the FTC pressed brands to educate influencers, and now it has sent over 90 letters to influencers and marketers alike. Those letters indicate that any material connection between an endorser and advertiser “should be clearly and conspicuously disclosed, unless it is already clear from the context of the communication.”

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Honestly, famous people, or even people who are more well known than the average person, need a break. Like seriously, cut them some slack. I understand that there are people you don’t like. Maybe it’s their beliefs, their opinions on certain things, their past, whatever. We have a right to feel the way we do about specific people, but we do NOT have the right to destroy them and drag them down for some simple mistakes. I understand some things, and there are times where people will do things that are beyond unforgivable, but people are so quick to drag celebrities for the tiniest things. I also have people that I’m not very fond of, but I don’t do things that could potentially hurt them or ruin their career. They are still people with actual feelings. Just because their high up there doesn’t mean they’ve lost their rights to basic human actions. Just because they’re famous doesn’t mean they’re perfect. Don’t expect so much from them, because even though being famous and having people actually acknowledge and know you sounds nice, it’s difficult. They’re constantly being followed, some have stalkers, they have to deal with paparazzi, they receive unbelievable amounts of hate, they are constantly on edge because they’re so terrified of screwing up, and one wrong word or action could ruin their entire career/life. Fame doesn’t mean happiness. Fame doesn’t mean perfection. Fame means hard work, anxiety, and exhaustion. Give them a break for the love of God.

2019 FIBA World Cup Greece Roster


#13 Panagiotis Vasilopoulos (Peristeri B.C./Athens)

#15 Georgios Printezis (Olympiacos B.C./Syros)

#16 Kosta Papanikolaou (Olympiacos B.C./Trikala)

#19 Ioannis Papapetrou (Panathinaikos B.C./Patras)

#37 Kostas Antetokounmpo (Dallas Mavericks/Athens)

#43 Thanasis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks/Athens)

#44 Tinos Mitoglou (Panathinaikos B.C./Thessaloniki)


#1 Vangelos Mantzaris (Olympiacos B.C./Athens)

#5 Giannoulis Larentzakis (A.E.K. B.C./Athens)

#6 Antonis Koniaris (Olympiacos B.C./Chania)

#22 Tyler Dorsey (Memphis Grizzlies/Pasadena, California)

#27 Ioannes Athinaiou (Fos Provence Panier/Athens)

#33 Nik Calathes (Palathinaikos B.C./Winter Park, Florida)

#34 Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks/Athens)

#51 Chris Saloustros (Peristeri B.C./Heraklion)

#61 Kosta Sloukas (Fenerbahce Basketbol/Thessaloniki)


#9 Giannis Bourousis (Zhejiang Guangsha Shizi/Karditsa)

#14 Georgios Papagiannis (Panathinaikos B.C./Megara)