The appropriate regulatory authority1 must serve a notice2 on a provider of an on-demand programme service3 if it is satisfied:
(1) (a) that the service has failed to comply with any of the statutory requirements that prohibit or control: (i) harmful content4; (ii) advertising5; (iii) sponsorship6; and (iv) product placement7, from appearing in such services, and that accordingly the provider has contravened the statutory duty imposed on it8 to ensure that its service complies with those requirements; or (b) that the provider has failed to take a measure which the authority considers to be appropriate in relation to that service
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