A recent article by The Australian Financial review revealed that the ad industry is becoming increasingly critical of itself as a result of a series of scandals involving a number of leading advertising companies.
It said that in addition to the scandals involving major brands including Vodafone, Anschutz Entertainment Group and AGL, a number more prominent brands were now facing allegations of fraud, misrepresentation, or even fraud against them.
In particular, it highlighted the actions of the major players, including the major advertising agencies, Viacom, the AECO and the National Advertising Group.
But the article also noted that there was an increasing recognition that there were significant problems within the advertising industry itself.
It noted that some of the companies, which are among the most well-known and successful in the industry, were beginning to come under criticism from those who are more concerned about their bottom line and the integrity of their advertising campaigns.
In the article, it also noted how, over the past few years, many advertising executives had begun to take an increasing interest in the issue of the integrity and the accuracy of their ad campaigns.
For instance, it noted that the Australian Advertising Standards Authority was taking a close look at the conduct of a number ad agencies over the last couple of years.
It also noted the recent decision by the Federal Government to bring forward a proposal to create a new body, the Australian Consumer Law Reform Commission, to be responsible for the issue.
The issue of ad fraud has also come to the fore after an ABC investigation into the fraudulent practices of the media company Sky News in 2014 revealed a number issues that were previously hidden from public view.
However, there has also been growing interest and criticism about some of those issues as well, including whether they were actually the result of fraud or misrepresentation.
The ABC reported that the ABC investigation found that the Sky News network had spent millions of dollars on advertising that, in fact, was fake and that the network was even making payments to the alleged fraudsters.
This prompted a backlash, which led to the Federal Treasurer, Scott Morrison, launching an inquiry into the matter.
The Senate committee on statistics, research and statistics, and the inquiry into fraud and mismanagement conducted a review of the ABC’s coverage of the Sky investigation in November 2015.
The report was published last year.
The committee noted that while it did find some “serious deficiencies” in the ABC, the report found no evidence that Sky News “intentionally or knowingly engaged in conduct that breached the ABC Act”.
However, it said that the findings were not conclusive, and that further investigation was needed.
It did say, however, that the inquiry had concluded that “there was sufficient evidence to suggest that, at the time of the investigation, there were some concerns about the integrity, or the accuracy, of the content that was produced”.
The ABC also revealed that it had uncovered another serious issue within the ad business, one that was related to its own internal review of a particular company.
The internal review, conducted by advertising expert and professor David Trew, identified two types of fraud: the false claim that an ad was authentic and the fraudulent claim that a person made fraudulent claims.
The two types were not the same, but the ABC found that both of those types of fraudulent claims had been perpetrated by the same person.
In a statement, the ABC said it would continue to follow up on these two frauds, and to investigate all of the issues raised by the report.
The publication of the report follows an ABC/AAP investigation into an ad agency, which uncovered a number alleged cases of fraud against the media group AEC.
The company also found that AEC was involved in fraud that led to a number media outlets being suspended from advertising contracts in the media industry.
It is understood that the Aecos report was prepared by the company’s legal team and was not an independent investigation.
The investigation found two issues with the ABC/AP investigation, the first of which was that it failed to follow through on a number steps in the investigation that it took to inform the Australian Public Service of the issue it was investigating.
The second was that the investigation failed to inform any of the relevant stakeholders of the matter, including advertisers, who had already been told of the findings.
It was also found, the inquiry said, that it was a “significant lack of transparency” by the ABC in the way it informed the public about the investigation.
ABC Media & AP: The ABC and the Australian Capital Territory have both responded to the report by saying that the matter is being dealt with internally and that all of its employees are cooperating fully with the investigation by the ACCC.
It has also provided a statement to the ABC about the issue and said that it is committed to ensuring that any issues raised in the report are dealt with in the best way possible.
“The ABC is committed, as a national broadcaster, to ensuring all issues of public interest are dealt appropriately,” the statement read