Why is your newspaper advertising in your newspaper’s digital ads?
By using ads on your local newspaper you’re giving advertisers a piece of your news.
But what if you’re not able to use ads on the newspaper itself?
What about other newspaper websites or online advertising?
Here’s how you can prevent them.
When you buy a print advertisement you pay for the right to read a piece or three.
This gives advertisers the right for a period of time to display ads in the newspaper and the paper’s digital products.
Ads can’t be displayed in the newspapers themselves, but can be used on other websites.
If you’re buying an ad for your newspaper online, you can also opt out of it and choose to see ads in other digital advertising products, including your local paper.
If you’re unable to opt out, you might be able to get around the advertising problem by blocking or hiding your newspaper from ads on other online publishers.
You might need to change your ad settings to prevent this.
If this is the case, you need to find a newspaper publisher who will accept ads from you.
Some publishers, including the Financial Times, are doing this by offering a “buy local” option.
You can find more details of how to block your newspaper for ads by clicking here.
If your newspaper has been sold or shut down, you may have the right not to see any ads.
But this isn’t the case if your newspaper is still in operation and no longer carries advertising.
For example, if you’ve just bought a newspaper and it’s still running in the local paper, you’ll still have the option to buy an ad on other sites.
If your newspaper doesn’t carry any ads, you won’t have to change the settings in the software you use to access your newspaper.
If a newspaper’s website is blocked or hidden, the ads won’t appear in your paper’s ads section, but you’ll get a warning about that.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) sets the rules for online advertising, and you should be aware that some of these are different to those used in print advertising.
If there’s a difference between the ASA’s rules for a newspaper online and the rules that apply in print, you should contact the publisher directly and ask them to remove ads from the newspaper.
The rules for the Newspaper Publishers Association of Australia (NPA) (formerly the National Newspaper Publishers’ Association) are the same as for the ASA.
They cover both newspapers and online adverts.
If the ASA rules don’t apply, the NPA’s rules apply.
For more information, click here.