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New internet communications disclaimer rules take effect

March 1, 2023

Today is the effective date for the Commission’s revised regulations concerning the definition of “public communication” and the requirements for disclaimers on certain public communications placed for a fee on the internet. The regulations clarify how the disclaimer requirements apply to various types of internet public communications and allow certain internet communications to display disclaimers through alternative technological means. Consult this FEC Record summary or the Federal Register Notice for more information.