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State advertising restrictions running into constitutional problems

Written by Freddie Dawson || 25th March 2016 || Marketing & retailing , Regulatory briefing |

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Attempts to regulate e-cigarette advertising in some U.S. states are falling foul of constitutional law, a new ECigIntelligence in-depth report...

Researchers developing automated tweet collection tool

Written by Freddie Dawson || 4th March 2016 || Business briefing , Marketing & retailing |

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A team of U.S. researchers are in the process of creating a system for collecting e-cigarette data from Twitter. The group has set up a series of algorithms that enable a computer program to automatically sort through large...

“Retweeting may be hazardous to public health” – study

Written by Freddie Dawson || 14th February 2016 || Business briefing , Marketing & retailing , Regulatory briefing |

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Public-health authorities should monitor e-cigarette firms on social media more closely to prevent non-vapers being tempted into trying nicotine products, new research...

Do TV commercials persuade young people to try vaping?

Written by Freddie Dawson || 27th January 2016 || Business briefing , Marketing & retailing , Regulatory briefing |

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TV ads seen by young people may lead them to start vaping later, researchers claim in a report which is likely to add further fuel to the debate over e-cigarette marketing – a debate where studies that detect...

CDC report on kids and e-cig advertising may be flawed

Written by Freddie Dawson || 12th January 2016 || Marketing & retailing , Regulatory briefing |

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As the advertising spend of U.S. e-cigarette suppliers escalates, they are continuing to use themes such as independence, rebellion and sex to sell their products – and their advertisements are prompting interest among the many young people who...

CDC ads are aimed at tobacco, not vaping (will anyone notice?)

Written by Freddie Dawson || 31st March 2015 || Marketing & retailing , Regulatory briefing |

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A new advertising campaign from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has sent shock waves through the e-cigarette sector, with many claiming it demonstrates official bias against the products. But is that a fair reading...

E-cigarette ads could increase smokers’ desire for tobacco

Written by Freddie Dawson || 26th March 2015 || Marketing & retailing , Regulatory briefing |

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Vaping in TV commercials may increase smokers’ urge to reach for a cigarette and decrease optimism among those that quit tobacco, a new study from the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication...