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Ads must not promote the sale or use of tobacco or nicotine products and related paraphernalia. Ads must not promote delivery devices, such as electronic cigarettes, vaporizers, or any other products that simulate smoking or are otherwise designed for use with tobacco or nicotine products. Ads may promote cessation products approved by either the World Health Organization or the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and must comply with all applicable local laws, required or established industry codes and guidelines.
Advertisers can’t run ads that promote the sale or use of tobacco or nicotine products or related paraphernalia, including but not limited to: electronic cigarettes, vaporizers, heated tobacco products or other products that simulate smoking. These products present known health risks and are potentially harmful to people. Advertisers can run ads that promote nicotine cessation products that are approved by the World Health Organization or the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, as long as they are targeted to people 18 years or older and comply with applicable local laws, required or established industry codes and guidelines.