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A property right can be defined as "a method of assigning to particular individuals the 'authority' to select, for specific goods, any use from an unprohibited class of uses" (Alchian, 1977, p.
This increasing rate of tobacco use among school children may be due to the significant influence of the media, with high exposures to tobacco advertisements in the television, newspapers, magazines and also to the ease of availability, access and unprohibited sale of tobacco products in almost all kinds of shops.
A] law cannot be regarded as protecting an interest of the highest order, and thus as justifying a restriction upon truthful speech, when it leaves appreciable damage to that supposedly vital interest unprohibited.
8) Liam O'Flaherty highlighted the problem of stigmatization and how censorship was unofficially extended so that a ban on one work led to a type of boycott whereby unprohibited books by the same author were not displayed in bookshops or libraries or reviewed in the Irish press.