Cigarettes will kill you: The High Court of Australia and the plain packaging of tobacco products
Rimmer, Matthew (2013) Cigarettes will kill you: The High Court of Australia and the plain packaging of tobacco products. WIPO Magazine.
Tobacco, says the World Health Organization (WHO), is “the only legal consumer product that kills when used exactly as intended by the manufacturer.” With a view to discouraging smoking and giving effect to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, the Australian Parliament passed the Tobacco Plain Packaging Act 2011 (Cth), in November of that year. The legislation was supported by all the major political parties.
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