Easy guide to the Tobacco Advertising Prohibition Act 1992
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The guide explains why there is a ban on tobacco advertising in Australia. Using examples, it outlines what is, and is not, allowed under the Act. It is for people who:
- sell tobacco products — for example, tobacconists, service stations and grocery shop owners
- work in media and advertising — for example, publishers and broadcasters
- deal with the tobacco industry — for example, sporting or cultural groups looking for sponsorship
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