Act Now to Stop Misleading "AIDS Charity"
March 25, 2009
The New York Times is a trusted source of information for millions of people worldwide.
And they make it clear that they will reject advertising that "contain[s] fraudulent, deceptive or misleading statements or illustrations."
So why is the "newspaper of record" running a discounted online ad on the top left of their front page for an alleged AIDS charity that was booted out of Illinois... and that has no available record that any funds have been raised or given to HIV/AIDS?
Yesterday, the website of the Beverly Hills-based "Center for AIDS Prevention" boasted that they were supporting HIV/AIDS labs, scientific conferences, and a range of services. And their ad on theView Full Article
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