This might not be news to you, but junk food companies are exploiting an industry loophole to target children on the internet. What I didn`t know is that they are using methods which are not allowed in print and broadcast advertising. Methods like claiming products are good for you even if this cannot be proved, while such claims would be banned from television advertising. I really didn`t know that this actually was allowed on websites. Maybe the junk food companies uses servers in different parts of the world? How do they get away with it?
The problem is also that websites are cheap to create, and they remain online for months without repeated fees if like broadcast advertising are used too.