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Information voluntarily published on our website about who we are and our policies.

The Advertising Standards Council of India (ASCI) is not a designated “public authority” for the purposes of the Right to Information Act 2005. Nevertheless we have made a commitment to being a transparent organisation and will voluntarily:

  • Publish some of the information a public authority would be obliged to make public.
  • Consider requests for the disclosure of unpublished information including under other
    applicable information rights legislation.

We voluntarily publish the following information on our website about who we are and
our policies:

  • Who we are and what we do
  • What we spend and how we spend it
  • The ASCI Code and Guidelines
  • Advisories (ASCI Advisory)
  • Our Complaint Handling Process
  • Our policies and procedures
  • The various services that we offer
  • Complaints Received
  • Complaints Upheld/ Not Upheld
  • Complaints Resolved
  • CCC Recommendations
  • Informal Resolutions
  • Non-compliant Advertisers and Influencers
  • Annual Reports
  • Survey Reports
  • Board Members
  • CCC Members
  • Consultative Committee Members
  • Independent Review Panel members
  • Technical Experts
  • Members of the Secretariat