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Should children endorse products?

( Updated: 2015-08-25 09:46

Bill (UK)

Endorsing a product does not necessarily violate minors' rights and interests. It's thus wrong to forbid all such commercial activities for children. An endorsement means that the endorser suggests a product to the public in his or her own name. In this sense, children can still appear in advertisements without recommending a product in their own names. Even if the product is not as good as is advertised, they don't need to take responsibilities.

Should children endorse products?

A bank invites the kid from different countries to speak for its business. [Photo/IC]

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