Big Tobacco is Advertising on Social Media
Tobacco companies are secretly paying social media influencers to flood your newsfeed with images of their cigarette brands.
Governments must enact and enforce policies mandated by the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control to protect kids from the aggressive marketing tactics of tobacco companies. Share now to stop Big Tobacco’s covert social media advertising campaign!
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How Big Tobacco advertises on social media
Philip Morris International, British American Tobacco, Japan Tobacco International and Imperial Brands are subverting tobacco advertising laws, flying under the radar of government regulators and abusing the policies of social media platforms to market cigarettes to youth. It’s all part of a deceptive strategy to addict the next generation.
Investigations uncovered social media advertising campaigns from reaching millions online.
Targets in Thailand
International investigations reveal the world's biggest tobacco companies targeting kids at school.
Philip Morris International is Advertising on Social Media in Thailand
Tobacco companies are secretly paying social media influencers to flood your newsfeed with images of their tobacco products.
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