It may seem like the internet is the last frontier in advertising, but with social media, a company can use the power of advertising to drive traffic and generate money.

But there are also pitfalls to keep in mind, and if you’re a Facebook user or a Twitter user, it’s a bit harder to keep up with the changes that are going on.

The new guidelines for social media ads can help.

The rules are being published on the website of the Federal Communications Commission, which regulates the way companies advertise on the web and the way they sell their products.

The Federal Trade Commission, the agency that regulates the online advertising industry, also published new rules on Tuesday for how social media companies can promote themselves on sites like Facebook and Twitter.

The agency also published a list of things a company must include on its ads that include an “official name and logo,” as well as a link to the company’s website.

These are meant to make the ads easier to spot and read.

The FTC also created a list called the “Consumer Marketing Rule,” which outlines how companies can communicate their advertising messages.

The rule says the FTC can issue penalties for a violation of the rules, but it’s not clear how much.

The Consumer Marketing Rule lists “inappropriate use of social media to promote product or service,” which the FTC defined as “using social media for promotional purposes.”

The rules also include “the promotion of goods and services for sale by a consumer site or website without authorization.”

The FTC said that is an acceptable use of Facebook, Twitter, and other social media sites to promote products and services.

But what about other companies?

How does the FTC see these rules applying to the likes of T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, and Verizon Wireless’ video service?

The answer is: Not well.

The U.S. Federal Trade Commision is a division of the FTC, and it has been enforcing its rules for several years.

The commission has fined many companies for breaking the rules for some time.

The biggest of those cases involved T-Mo, which was fined $1.2 billion last year after a federal court found that it violated the rules.

The company paid a $1 billion fine for violating the rules in 2014.

But a federal judge in February overturned the $1B fine, saying the FTC didn’t have authority to issue a final order on the fine.

The court said the FTC had to do more to protect consumers.

“The Commission cannot and does not make final determinations of enforcement action for reasons that are not within the Commission’s statutory authority,” the court wrote.

In the same court order, the FTC wrote that it would be more effective to enforce the rules “if it could take the position that a company that is found to have violated the Commission rules would not be able to enforce them.”

T-mobile was the only company to get a warning, but the FTC found that the company was not violating the FTC’s rules.

So, if you are on a T-mo video service and want to post a video on YouTube, T-Mob is not breaking the rule, and you should not post videos on T-mob’s website to YouTube.

If you want to promote your service, though, Tmo is breaking the FTC rules.

But T-mobiles social media presence on YouTube is also problematic, according to the FTC.

“T-Mobile’s content is clearly a significant step up from T-Mobiles previous advertising content and its advertising uses a similar approach to Facebook’s, including offering a ‘like’ button and offering a link on the site to the T-Tube website,” the FTC said in a statement.

“For example, a TMobile ‘Like’ button that appears when a user clicks on a video appears as a ‘Like this video’ button, which the Commission describes as an ‘advertising feature,'” the agency said.

The site also features a video that is a direct advertisement for the company.

But the FTC ruled that T-motors videos could be used for promotional and informational purposes.

The Commission said it would issue a decision on whether to revoke the company s ad campaign for violating its rules in the next few weeks.

The final ruling will affect how T-Motories social media is used, the company told TechCrunch.

“We’re going to go through the process of working with our advertising partners, and we will look at what we can do to remove those videos from YouTube,” T-Motors spokesperson John Hagg said in an email.

T-Flex also did not respond to a request for comment.

The FCC rules will not be applied retroactively, but some social media firms are already using the new rules.

“It’s kind of like the old adage: If you can’t beat the system, figure out how to beat the wall,” former Twitter CEO Dick Costolo told Tech Insider.

Twitter also plans to make some changes to how it handles videos in the coming weeks.