挪威通过新法,要求有影响的人物需在社交媒体上标记修饰或操作过的照片。

Legislators in Norway's Parliament have passed a new law, by a 72-15 vote, that will require content creators to disclose when they have retouched or added a filter to a photo. Yahoo News reports that the law will apply to influencers and advertisers alike, to address 'body pressure in society.' After garnering overwhelming support in parliament, the law will go into effect when directed by Harald V, the current King of Norway.

Youth advocacy groups and Norway's Ministry of Children and Family Affairs have called for stricter measures on image editing for years, amid increasing concerns surrounding body image, mental health and low self-esteem, particularly among Norway's youths.

In the legal proposal, it's stated that approximately 70,000 children and young people have mental health issues requiring treatment. In a nation of just under 5.4 million, that's a significant number of people. The proposal says that more than half of 10th-grade girls in the Oslo School have mental health problems, and anorexia is the third most common cause of death among young girls.

Norway passes law requiring influencers to label retouched photos on social media [EB/OL]. Norway passes law requiring influencers to label retouched photos on social media. DPReview. 2021-7-9.

大快人心。假使这种法律在中国实施,该有多少擅用液化和磨皮工具的女人和太监要失业啊!

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      1. @Yan 倒是从来没想过现在这种过渡修饰招聘对青少年心理影响的问题。
        你这么一说,好像确实挺可怕,居然对这种不真实习以为常默认了。。。

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