More twists and turns in the continuing story of just what happened to GGGManLives' Anthem Review!
What does Electronic Arts claim to have happened?
What is the difference between "Game Changers" and "Sponsored" Content?
And why does a video exist with absolutely NO disclosures, if the issue (as claimed by EA) was that EA paid for its creation?
FOR MORE BACKGROUND CHECK OUT OUR ORIGINAL DISCUSSION OF THIS STORY:
"Virtual Legality #27 - Game Changer! Did EA force influencer to violate False Advertising Laws?"
#EA #Anthem #VirtualLegality
Discussed in this episode:
"EA: YouTube creator's Anthem video removed for disclosure failure, not content [UPDATE]"
GamedailyBiz, February 22, 2019
Tweets and Replies from GGGManLives
Twitter, February 23, 2019
"The FTC’s Endorsement Guides: What People Are Asking"
"My Reuploaded Anthem Review (It's Still Bad) - Gggmanlives"
Youtube, February 22, 2019
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