French lawmakers are trying to enforce the law that any images of people which have been airbrushed or photoshopped, should come with a disclaimer that says,"Retouched photograph aimed at changing a person's physical appearance."

This was one of the ideas in order to curb eating orders such as anorexia and bulimia.

"Many young people, particularly girls, do not know the difference between the virtual and reality, and can develop complexes from a very young age. In some cases this leads to anorexia or bulimia and very serious health problems," says MP Valerie Boyer.

If the law is passed, advertisers who break it would be subject to a fine of £30,000 (about $48,200 USD), or 50 percent of the campaign cost.


Source: Mashable.com