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—PART V— Not all Native Advertising May Be Commercial Speech under the First Amendment If there is one thing clear from the case law, it is that the commercial speech analysis under the First Amendment is a fact intensive one that does not clearly lend itself to bright lines, especially when dealing with mixed commercial and noncommercial speech. [read post]