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Kardashians accused of not disclosing ads on social media

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The Kardashian family is famous for broadcasting their private lives in lurid detail — but one advocacy group says they don't share enough when it comes to paid social media gigs.


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Truth in Advertising recently sent a letter to family manager Kris Jenner and dozens of associated brands alleging that five members of the reality show tribe have repeatedly failed to disclose instances in which Instagram posts were paid for by an advertiser —  a violation of the Federal Trade Commission's rules.   


The letter specifically named Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner as offenders, as well as brands such as Puma, Fit Tea and Calvin Klein. Read more...

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