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VAP'BREVES: The news of Tuesday 9 August 2016

VAP'BREVES: The news of Tuesday 9 August 2016

Vap'brèves offers you your flash e-cigarette news for the day of Tuesday, August 09, 2016. (News update at 06:57 a.m.)

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USA: A BILLION LIVES: FACEBOOK CONSIDERS THE FILM AS A TOBACCO PRODUCT!


After Vape Wave, it is the turn of the documentary "A Billion Lives" to be a victim of the policy of the social network Facebook which wrongly considers that it is a "tobacco product". A shame .. Quite simply.

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USA: YOUTH ATTRACTED BY THE LOW PRICES, FLAVORS AND TECHNOLOGY OF E-CIGARETTE.


Young people are trying electronic cigarettes out of curiosity, for the technology used and for the flavors offered which range from pizza to cotton candy and they continue to use it because of its low price, notes one new study. (See article)

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UNITED STATES: MP PROPOSES TAX TO HELP VAPE BOUTIQUES.


Pennsylvania MP proposes a tax to help vape shops survive FDA regulations. (See article)

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UNITED KINGDOM: 4 STORES ON 10 SELL E-LIQUIDS AT LESS THAN 18 YEARS


According to new figures released by Trading Standard 39% of outlets in England sell nicotine e-liquids to children and teenagers under the age of 18. (See article)

 

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A real passionate vape for many years, I joined the editorial team from its creation. Today I am mainly involved in journals, tutorials and job offers.