Tobacco firm demands university's research on children and smoking

' Stirling University fighting attempt by Philip Morris to gain access to
research under freedom of information laws Stirling University is fighting
attempts by one of the world's largest tobacco companies to gain detailed access
to its research into the smoking habits and attitudes of teenagers. Philip
Morris International, which makes Marlboro cigarettes, wants the university's
centre for tobacco control research to hand over its data on thousands of
children who are smokers. The detail reveals their attitudes to smoking and
reactions to packaging and advertising'