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  1. Jan 14, 2022 · A new bill is proposing influencers will have to declare if they’ve digitally altered their body in Instagram posts. Conservative MP Dr Luke Evans proposed the “Digitally Altered Body Images ...

  2. 3 days ago · Dr. Luke Evans, an ex-GP-turned Tory MP, has introduced a Digitally Altered Body Image Bill to Parliament, which he says will require people paid to post on social media (influencers, advertisers ...

  3. Jan 13, 2022 · The new law, also known as the Digitally Altered Body Image Bill, was proposed by Dr. Luke Evans to enforce more transparency in regards to edited photos.Speaking to the House of Commons, Evans says, “If someone has been paid to post a picture on social media which they have edited, or advertisers, broadcasters or publishers are making money from an edited photograph, they should be honest ...

  4. Jan 13, 2022 · The new law, also known as the Digitally Altered Body Image Bill, was proposed by Dr. Luke Evans to enforce more transparency in regards to edited photos. Speaking to the House of Commons, Evans ...

  5. Jan 13, 2022 · A proposed bill in the UK is calling for commercial images featuring digitally-altered bodies to be labelled as such. This means advertisers, broadcasters, and publishers would have to include a disclaimer for any Photoshopped or edited images. The bill, introduced by Dr. Luke Evans, was presented in Parliament on Wednesday, indicating a push ...

  6. Jan 11, 2022 · Image: MP Dr Luke Evans is calling for those who publish images with edited bodies to display a logo People with eating disorders driven by ‘perfect’ bodies Dr Evans told Sky News: “When I was a GP, particularly young women with eating disorders would talk about the fact they’re driven by these images and think they need to have a ...

  7. Jan 12, 2022 · MP Dr Luke Evans calls on those who post images with edited bodies to display a logo People with eating disorders who have a “perfect” body Dr Evans told Sky News: “When I was a general practitioner, especially young women with eating disorders talked about being motivated by these pictures and thought they had to have a perfect physique. .

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