copy clearance

/'kɒpi ˌklɪərəns/ noun
the passing of an advertiser’s copy as neither misleading nor offensive
It is doubtful the advertisement will get copy clearance since it directly disparages the competition.
The advertisement has received copy clearance because all its claims can be substantiated.
You will not get copy clearance for this ad because the caption is sure to offend a lot of women readers.

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