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Though we understood some of the scenes, particularly the one in which the man vomited, were distressing to some viewers, we believed they served to illustrate the reality of living with cancer.Misleadingness was the issue in 73 of our cases in 2017, but misleading cases are much less likely to attract multiple complaints.The ten tips are sound advice and will be well-known to journalists already as standard checks.Explore, all our Services, we dont just do ad clearance.We ruled it was unlikely to condone or encourage harmful discriminatory behaviour.
McDonalds produced a TV ad featuring a boy and his mother talking about his dead father.
We understood the allusions to consumerism might be perceived to be in bad taste by some, but considered it was unlikely to cause serious offence.Facebook has not gone so far as to accept that but its latest report acknowledges that there was some activity which "required action".Among a total of 29,997 complaints received, todays Top 10 sets out the ads that provoked the greatest number of individual complaints.But multiple complaints dont necessarily mean that an ad has fallen on the wrong side of the line: we look carefully at the audience, the context and prevailing societal standards informed by public research before we decide.Some were also concerned that the ads might encourage neglecting crying babies.They vote as a jury to decide whether to uphold complaints against the standard of causing serious or widespread offence.
Over the two years, the ad has attracted almost 1,200 complaints.