It seems that processing photos on social networks has gone too far: no one knows what is true and what is reality, and that mostly affects the psyche of young people, who, led by “perfection” on the Internet, are looking for the same thing in real life. the thing does not exist.
That’s why parliamentarians in the UK want to ban stars from secretly processing photos in Photoshop to change their look and then posting them online.
The representative of the Conservative Party in the British Parliament, Luke Evans, presented a bill yesterday, according to which every famous person would have to mark the photos that have been digitally processed.
Evans, who is also a member of the committee for health and social care, said that the processed photos on the networks “ignite the mental health crisis” and create an “illusion of beauty”, the British media reported yesterday.
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