More stories

  • in

    OLG Braunschweig to Instagram & Influencer without consideration

    Geschätzte Lesezeit: 2 Minuten

    So slowly it becomes lonely for the legal opinions that argue that Instagram posts by influencers only have to be labeled accordingly if there has really been a quid pro quo. Numerous district courts have already gone to court with influencers, including the district court Itzehoe, the district court Karlsruhe, the district court Heilbronn, and […] More

  • in

    LG Karlsruhe: Tagging photos without advertising label

    Geschätzte Lesezeit: 2 Minuten

    Influencer’s decision-making around tagging brands on Instagram continues. And as has often been said here on the blog, the warning industry is more than actively topical. The lack of and/or incorrect marking of posts on Instagram, videos on YouTube or Twitch or tweets on Twitter quickly become just as expensive a warning threat as the […] More

  • in

    #FreedomOfTagging: Influencer and the VSW

    Geschätzte Lesezeit: 2 Minuten

    Currently, the topic is up-to-date again in the problem area Influencer Marketing. This time it concerns Instagram influencer Vanessa Blumenthal, who continues to be in a legal battle with the notorious Social Competition Association. The topic here, too, is the question of whether the tagging and linking of localities and companies must be labelled as […] More