I don't think the makers of the juul should be held responsible for the wide group of youth that illegally consume there products.The juul company isn't selling the juul to minors so therefor they should not be held responsible.The only way minors can get a hold of these juuls is if an adult buys it for them so they should be the ones at fault not the juul company.
I believe that Juul should most definitely not be held responsible for teens and their addictions. Teens are responsible for their actions and their actions only. Whether Juul makes their laws stricter or not on age limit, it will always be found in the hands of a teen. Just like alcohol and other substances. We are responsible for our own choices. Not the company. However, with more growth and popularity regarding the business , it will also increase with teen use as well. If this becomes a problem and the whole situation gets out of control, I believe that the business should shut down.
I do not think makers of Juul should be responsible for teenagers who illegally use their product. I say this because the actually makers of the Juul are not selling them to minors, it's the the older teens that are buying them and then re-selling them. With older teens selling these to minors the Juul company can not control who the older teens are doing with them.
it should not be juuls fault for teens using their product, in america u have the freedom to have profit through business it is the governments responsibility to restrict the use for teenagers and not the buisinesses fault. that would be as if a restaurant were to be robbed and it would be the restaurant's fault for not being safe enough
The makers of JUUL should not be held responsible for teens who decide to do it illegally. Teens will get the JUUL in one way or another. They have older friends that can buy them legally then just sell it to them. It may not be the right that some teens are doing this but there isn't much we can do. In the article they use a couple percentages that are helping the company out. I also don't believe that we should change the legal limit to 21. Teens will find a way to get what they want as they always have. They get alcohol from older friends or siblings so if they are truly that determined, they would find a way. The smoking percentage might be going up right now but teens will stop eventually and lose interest just as they do with everything else.
I believe that the makers of the Juul should not be held responsible for others' decisions. This is precisely the same thing as blaming a beer company for, anyone under the age of 21, to purchase their alcohol through someone who is at least 21. You cannot legally hold the makers of this alcohol accountable for an adult's actions. The Juul company didn't directly choose to give their device to minors, the minors chose to purchase it indirectly through someone of age. Although they have made an abundance of profit, the ones who choose to purchase it and sell it illegally are the ones that should be held responsible.
The makers of the Juul should not be held responsible for teenagers who illegally use their product. In the article, Juul has made efforts to keep its product out of the hands of minors. The product is a way for adults to quench their addiction in a less harmful way. The Juul can easily get into the hands of a teenager just as drugs and alcohol do. Although this cannot be stopped, there should be action taken against those who break the law and sell this product to the youth. Also mentioned in the article, Gould noted that Juul Labs is monitoring social media posts that target minors and request that platforms take these down. Social media is the big problem and it should be monitored daily to help the issue decrease.
Of course not, the makers of Juul shouldn't be held responsible for teens actions.The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that Juul smoking among high school students had dropped to its lowest level in 24 years. Teens who are younger than 18 that can't legally by a Juul would not have a problem if we changed the age to 21. The age doesn't matter because the teens would have suppliers already and it would be to late to stop them. Juuls use something called nicotine salts it is actually wore than actual nicotine. Juuls are mainly for people who struggle with an addiction to cigarettes and having kids pick up on that will lead them on to wanting cigarettes. When asked about Juul’s use by teenagers, the company said in a statement, “We condemn the use of our product by minors. We are fully committed to dramatically reducing the incidence of young people using Juul.”
Juul makers should partially be held responsible by the rapid amount of teenagers illegally using their product by the advertising they are persuading . The youth is already fragile to doing things that their peers or role models do, so if they see a picture of a famous person with a Juul they will find themselves intrigued by the marketing that they begin to Juul without being fully aware of the possible consequences. Cigarettes were banned from tv advertising due to the idea of smoking being released to the youth who had no intentions of knowing or trying the product, but with the forms of persuasion and advertising the marketers portrayed, it intrigued people to just "try" the product without realizing it is harmful and addictive. With posts on popular social media of people blowing smoke from Juuls and creatiing clouds of smokes and doing tricks with the item, teenagers are more likely to engage in this motion. Although the makers of the Juul are not in charge of the public's posts, they should still be fully open to the world and social media , letting young people know the harm of engaging in this substance. With the different flavors that do not release as much smoke and the easy to hide size, they are creating an issue with teenagers being able to hide an get away with. Juul makers should be held partially responsible due to the actions they did not take to discourage young users from trying their product.
I strongly believe that Juul makers shouldn't be held responsible for minors using juuls illegally for their addictions. It's not their fault minors are getting a hold of them. They have a law where you can't buy tobacco unless you're 18. Today, minors have friends who are 18 or older who can buy the item for them. Teens are doing it without parents, teachers, any adults knowing.
Do i think makers of the juul products should be help accountable for teenagers who illegally use their product? I think not just for the fact that the company has an age requirement on who can buy them so it's not initially the company's fault if younger teenagers buy the product because they can't do anything about it. I think makers of the juul should turnover research and other information to help explain and get in the loop as to why the product has taken off so quickly on teens.
Should the makers of the Juul be responsible for its consumers? In my opinion they should not be. Juul is not just handing products out with an evil intent, they are a business and they are trying to make money off of their product. They're not responsible for who the product ends up with because they are selling their product in a legal manner with an age limit. The company can't control who buys their product and redistributes it. The same situations happen with products that are worse for you than a Juul such as cigarettes and alcohol but nothing has been done about that.
I believe in no way shape or form should the Juul vapor company be held responsible for teenagers illegally using their product, for the reasons being one no other company is held to the same standards, second being the way the administrators speak of their product, and lastly that no one can act for another person. As well as any other company on the planet i don`t think there should be consequences to to the producer of a misuse of their product. Just like if a teenager is drinking or if someone cuts another person with a beer bottle in neither case is the brewery help responsible. Secondly it is not the intent of the owners to cause harm. Ashley Gould states misuse of the juul is Unacceptable. Lastly no one can choose another persons actions. If someone wants to do wrong they will no matter what.
The makers of Juul should not have any potential legal trouble for teens illegally using the product. If they were to get into trouble over that then the the makers of alcohol and tobacco should be held accountable too. Juul's are a health risk but they made it to where you have to be 18 to buy a Juul in any store. They followed the governments legal laws in order to keep Juuls and kids separated. There is more teens that die from drinking and driving than kids that die from a Juul. I do not think that the makers should be punished by it because they made a product that is being sold legally in all sorts of gas stations and vape stores. They should make the Juul harder to obtain but they should not be able to make the makers of this smoking device accountable for the illegal use.
The Makers of the Juul shouldn't be responsible for teenagers who illegally use their product. The Juul makers shouldn't be held accountable for teenagers using their product illegally because you can't control what teenagers do. The Juul makers might come up with ways to decrease the usage of teenagers from their product. Think of it as this way, teenagers can get there hands on illegal things on the daily. For example, there are adults in teenagers lives that distribute Juuls. It is out of the Juul makers control to be responsible for teenagers illegally having their product.
Makers of the Juul should not be held responsible or accountable for teenagers using their product. I feel this way because if teens aren't going to Juul then I guarantee that they will find another alternative other than the Juul. Also if teens didn't want to use their product then they wouldn't; they would use or find something else like a vape, cigarette, or etc. Another thing is you have to be 18 in order to buy or sell any type of tobacco product in the US. Therefore young teens are finding a way to get a hold of the product anyway. So it goes to show that it is not the makers of the Juul fault.
The makers of Juul's should not be held responsible for the illegal se of teens . No matter what they do people from the age 18-21 can still but the product and can still sell them to the teenagers . Some teens get there Juul's from people between 18-21. It is not as bad as Cigarettes we know that cigarettes are bad for us so we move to something else. No matter what happens with the Juul company the people that are 18 and older can still get them and then sell them too younger people.