Posted May 24, 2018 06:20:10 Grey advertising is a type of digital advertising that uses social media to deliver a message to an audience without having to explicitly target a specific audience.
It is used by advertisers to target consumers with messages that are not directly targeted to them.
Advertisement The ABC’s Grey advertising investigation found that companies have used grey advertising to target individuals with disabilities to their online services.
For example, some advertising services advertise that they are “a grey provider for people with disabilities” and that “we offer services to people with mobility issues.”
This is misleading because “people with mobility problems” do not include people with severe mobility issues.
Some adverts also include terms such as “people who can’t walk” or “people without disabilities”.
However, a review of a number of the adverts found that these were actually advertising services that were specifically designed to target people with limited mobility and disability.
The ABC has identified more than 100 different grey advertising services, including some that appear to target a very specific audience or targeted at people with a specific disability.
It has also identified an advertising service that is specifically designed for people who cannot walk, including people with autism, Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy and cerebral palsied patients.
In fact, there are more than 70 companies listed in the Australian Securities Exchange that advertise to people who can only walk or can walk only with assistance.
The advertising services include some that use a “disability discount” to make it appear as though a person with a disability is getting a discount when they are actually getting nothing for their money.
However, the ABC’s investigation found the ad campaigns that appear in these ads were not actually intended to target anyone with a physical disability, or even a disability that is limited in mobility.
They were targeted at an individual who is “not particularly social or active,” and had not received a disability discount from the advertising services.
The company that advertises in these adverts told the ABC that it would remove any advertisements if it became aware of any violations of the Disability Discrimination Act.
The ADAC has recommended that companies be more transparent about their practices.
“If we do find that an advertiser is misrepresenting a disability to an individual, the company should be required to disclose to the Australian Human Rights Commission, which may require it to take remedial action,” the ADAC said in its 2017 report.
“In this case, it appears that the ADCC has been too lenient in the way that it has dealt with the company.”
The ABC understands that the company that operates the ad services is not named in the ADC report.
The Advertisers Association says it is “appalled” by the ADACT report and “appalls” by its recommendations, which are a direct result of the ADACC report.
Advertiser complaints about grey advertising have been made to the ADRC, which is investigating grey advertising.
“We want the ADCAP report to be a wake-up call to the industry, which we are seeing in a number commercial practices across the country, that are designed to exclude people with disability and the disabled in general from their online experience,” Advertising Australia CEO Andrew Wilson said.
“These ads are not about making an argument, they are about targeting people with specific disabilities.”
It is understood that the ads were targeted to a particular audience.
For instance, one ad that ran in a particular Australian section of Facebook appeared to target disability-related issues and people with low self-esteem.
Advertisements on Facebook may target a wider audience, or may target specific demographics, such as a particular demographic or age group, according to the company.
The ad was removed from the social media platform.
“The ADCAP recommendation is that advertisers should be more upfront about the nature of their advertising campaigns, and that they should not discriminate against people with different disabilities, such that it is not perceived as discriminatory,” Advertising Australia CEO Scott Ritter said.
The ACCC said it was also “concerned about the widespread use of grey advertising by some advertising and marketing services”.
“Grey advertising, by its nature, can be deceptive, and there has been a recent rise in the use of the term ‘grey’, especially in Australia,” the ACCC warned.
“Advertisers should be wary of relying on the term grey as a generic term for the term that they must follow when promoting online advertising.”
This may include using the term “disabilities” or using terms such like “disabled” or even “unable to walk” as a way to refer to a specific type of disability.
This type of grey advert can also be misleading, or it may not be apparent from the ad that it uses the term disability at all, the ACCAC said.
In some cases, the term is used as an adverb and an ad copy can be misleading.
“Many advertisers have relied on the phrase ‘disability’ to describe their products or services, which has led to the perception that the advertisement is designed to identify a specific