Sort by: Date added | Date Published | Most Viewed

Headlines Tagged with DOJ Suit 2,353 headlines found

7 Views

EDITORIAL: Anti-tobacco advertisements must go digital

The Department of Justice should seek a revised order requiring the tobacco industry to educate young consumers about the dangers of its deadly products not only in conventional media such as network TV and newspapers, but through social media and other
Wilkes Barre (PA) Citizen's Voice
added Nov 26, 2017 23:33
5 Views

[Kenya] Big tobacco firms forced to run anti-smoking ads after 'lying' to public

The case is of interest to Kenya where cigarette makers have used such misleading marketing tags for decades. Some of the deceptive statements such as "low tar, light, ultra light and mild" have been used widely in the country. The Kenya Tobacco Contr
Nairobi Star (ke)
added Nov 26, 2017 23:31
10 Views

Big Tobacco finally tells the truth in court-ordered ad campaign

And they’ve managed to hold off running the ads until the media landscape has changed considerably, with many more Americans getting their news online and many fewer going to the major networks and newspapers where the ads will air.
NBC News
added Nov 26, 2017 23:20
8 Views

[Australia] VIDEO: For the next year, TV, newspapers, and the web will run massive ads from tobacco companies admitting that their products kill people, that they were engineered to be addictive, and that they covered this up

Antismoking groups abroad are paying to run these ads elsewhere; for example, the Cancer Council Western Australia is replicating the ads in Australian media. One ad reads "Smoking is highly addictive. Nicotine is the addictive drug in tobacco," the ad
Boing Boing
added Nov 26, 2017 23:18
10 Views

Tobacco Companies to Begin Issuing Court-Ordered Statements in Tobacco Racketeering Suit

Altria, its Philip Morris USA subsidiary, and R.J. Reynolds Tobacco, to issue the corrective statements as part of a permanent injunction in 2006 designed to “prevent and restrain” further deception of the American people regarding tobacco use. Multiple a
US Department of Justice (USDOJ)
added Nov 25, 2017 22:27
6 Views

US tobacco companies to run ads in newspapers and on television correcting years of lies about the 'benefits' of smoking

'The tobacco companies' basic strategy for everything, whether it's science or regulation or litigation, is delay,' Stan Glantz...They have used a lot of arguing about what in terms of the real world are trivial issues, to delay having to make these stat
The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday (uk)
added Nov 25, 2017 22:15
2 Views

[Arkansas] 'Corrective' tobacco ads near run, will appear in weekly Little Rock newspaper

The list of newspapers selected to run the ads does not include the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette but does include the weekly Little Rock Sun, which targets black readers. No other Arkansas newspapers are on the list.
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
added Nov 25, 2017 22:03
9 Views

Tobacco industry forced by feds to advertise against own products

Critic: Should upset ‘any civil libertarian who doesn’t believe that government should coerce speech’
Washington Times
added Nov 25, 2017 04:50
7 Views

VIDEO: Wall Street Journal, New York Times and 48 other dailies to carry anti-smoking ads to warn Americans [VIDEO]

Have you watched the movie "The Insider"...also includes American basketball player Michael Jordan, English footballer Wayne Rooney, Italian ace Mario Balotelli, American football player Randy Moss, Nicaraguan professional boxer Ricardo Mayorga, Canadian
IBT - International Business Times
added Nov 25, 2017 04:05
8 Views

[California] KNOX: Don’t be fooled by Big Tobacco’s big apology

but Big Tobacco’s deceit and manipulation continues. The industry challenges legislative victories in court, manipulates products to get around existing regulations, produces and promotes new tobacco products and spends billions of dollars on marketing to
Sacramento (CA) Bee
added Nov 25, 2017 02:42
Sign up for daily headlines All Headlines Featured Headlines U.S. Headlines International Headlines