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Edited images may be given disclosures - French parliament are to decide if airbrushed images need warnings to protect society from 'false' imagery.
A group of politicians in France want to create a new law which would mean all published images will have to say if they've been digitally manipulated.
Similar to what appears on cigarette packets, all images which are enhanced or edited will have to carry a clear warning stating: "Photograph retouched to modify the physical appearance of a person.
This move is part of a campaign against eating disorders and according to Reuters
, anyone breaking the law could be fined 37,500 euros, or up to half of the cost of the advertisement.
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