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Advertisements can be restricted or even banned if there is a significant public health risk.Cigarette advertising and alcohol advertising would seem to fall squarely into this category, and ads for junk food could easily be restricted.
In addition, there are more than 4500 Pizza Hut chains and 3000 Taco Bell chains in school cafeterias around the country. In May, 2006, the nation's largest beverage distributors agreed to halt nearly all sales of sodas to public schools and sell only water, unsweetened juice, and low-fat milk in elementary and middle schools. School advertising also appears under the guise of educational TV: Channel One.
Interactive technology may also allow advertisers to collect vast amounts of information about children's viewing habits and preferences and target them on the basis of that information.“Just Say No” as a message to teenagers about drugs seems doomed to failure given that billion/year is spent on cigarette advertising, .7 billion/year is spent on alcohol advertising, and nearly billion/year is spent on prescription drug advertising.
Drug companies now spend more than twice as much on marketing as they do on research and development.
The top 10 drug companies made a total profit of .9 billion in 2002—more than the other 490 companies in the Fortune 500 combined.
What is increasingly apparent is the discrepancy between the abundance of advertising of products for erectile dysfunction (ED) (between January and October, 2004, drug companies spent 3 million advertising Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis) and the lack of advertising for birth control products or emergency contraceptives on the major TV networks.