Subliminal Advertising Complaints Submitted to the FCC

Subliminal Advertising Complaints Submitted to the FCC

Background

Subliminal advertising is when certain words or images flash onto a screen faster than the conscious mind can read or decode them or, in printed advertisements, conceals such images and text by distorting them, surrounding them by meaningless squiggles and shapes, or placing them in unexpected locations.

In January of 2017, I requests all consumer complaints about subliminal advertising, which are included below:

Document Archive

 Subliminal Advertising Complaints from 1/1/2015 – 1/18/2017 [12 Pages, 1.9MB] – FCC FOIA CASE 2017-286.

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