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Will This New Photo Edit Law From Norway Make Instagram More Real?

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That’s photoshopped! Goodbye, fake photos.

A few years ago, I used to be a German Instagram Influencer.

Back in the day, I never used an app to alter the way I look — my body, my hair, or my face.

What my husband did do is to use Adobe Photoshop or a simple filter to change the light, sharpness, and color of the pictures we wanted to share on Instagram.

When you scroll through Instagram, it’s hard to tell what’s been edited.

Since most young people compare themselves to unrealistic images, they struggle with body issues.

That’s why Norway introduced a new law.

It’s called the photo edit law.

Anyone who is posting a PAID promotion on Instagram or any other social media platform, has to add a disclaimer stating the post had been filtered or modified.

What do you think about Norway’s new rule? Would a disclaimer improve your self-esteem?


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