Here's The FTC's Solution For Twitter Advertisers Who Can't Fit Legal Disclaimers Into Tweets [THE BRIEF]

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The FTC has a solution for Twitter advertisers who have been freaking out at the idea of trying to squish legal disclaimers into tweets. Just use “Ad:” at the beginning of a tweet.
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