DNA in the News Advertising Policy
DNA in the News accepts advertising from third parties ("Advertisers"). These may include third party banners, badges, contextual advertising and content created or provided by an Advertiser (collectively referred to as "Advertisements" or "Advertising"). For the purpose of this policy, the terms "Advertising" and "Advertisements" include third party banners, links, native advertisements and other content provided by or on behalf of Advertisers. It is the Advertiser responsibility to ensure the accuracy and objectivity of their Advertising. DNA in the News has created the following guidelines to oversee various aspects of Advertising on properties within this site (each a "DNA in the News Property"), which include websites and mobile applications directed to consumers. These will be referred to as the "DNA in the News User Properties.”
This policy administers the acceptance of Advertisements, how Advertisements are displayed on the DNA in the News site, and the removal of Advertisements. DNA in the News has sole and absolute discretion with regards how this policy is interpreted and enforced as well as all additional issues relevant to Advertising on DNA in the News. DNA in the News may change this policy at any time by its sole discretion to the applicable DNA in the News Property by posting a revised policy.
Complying with all domestic and foreign laws and regulations applicable to Advertising within DNA in the News (and to include all legally required legends, disclosures and statements in such Advertising), including without limitation the current FDA guidelines for Direct to Consumer (DTC) advertising is a responsibility of the Advertiser. DNA in the News does not monitor compliance with such laws and regulations. However, if DNA in the News becomes aware of any breach or potential breach of any applicable law or regulation or guidelines, DNA in the News may remove the Advertising from DNA in the News Property.