New Regulations for Photoshopped Photos

Bruno Fagali, a Brazilian lawyer who frequently writes on the news about ethics and new government regulations recently reported about changes in government regulations that affect advertisers and advertising agencies. As of October first France has required photographs that are taken through advertising agencies to advertise a product or service to add a warning stating that the photograph has been retouched.

Fagali notes that health officials prompted the placement of this warning on retouched photographs. Officials were concerned that people who saw the retouched photographs would not be able to achieve the same results through diet or exercise. These unrealistic expectations would foster an unhealthy fixation when trying to reach unattainable results. Read more about fagali at ibdee.org.

The French government issued decree 2017-738 to regulate an article of the French Code of Public Health. Health officials wanted a warning placed on retouched photographs because more than 30,000 people suffer from anorexia and there is a very high death rate. Most of the people who suffer from anorexia are adolescents. Adolescents suffer from anorexia because they are trying to achieve an impossible standard of beauty.

The photoshop warning is not the first time that French health officials have taken an interest in how fashion affects public health. Fagali states that since 2016 French models must have a certificate that certifies that they are healthy from a doctor. The certificate includes the model’s body mass index, and models can face high fines of 75, 000 euros and a six-month prison sentence if they don’t comply with the law. There is a fine of 37.5 euros for any advertising agency that does not place the photoshop warning or advertisements that include photographs of photoshopped models. The government can also choose to add a fine of 30% of the expenses that the advertising agency used in making all of its advertising.

Though the idea of a photoshop warning was widely promoted since 2016, it has just now become law. The French government is not the only government to consider taking action. The Isreali government talked about taking action in 2012 and Australia also discussed placing a warning on photoshopped images in 2014. Fagali explains that the Brazilian government was ahead of the game in taking action. The Brazilian government issued Bill 6853/2010 in 2010. The bill requires that photoshopped images include a warning making the public aware that the image has been retouched.

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Paul Mampilly’s Investment Newsletter: 60,000 Subscribers And Growing

Nowadays, you can rarely survive the investment world without professional guidance and someone to explain what are the best investments today, as the financial world is constantly changing, even more than we think.

For those who are smart enough to seek guidelines from real investors who have found success, there is a very influential newspaper that has reached its 60,000 subscribers in March of 2017. With just a few months publishing, it is certainly one of the most impressive newspapers when talking about growth rate. The Profits Unlimited research newspaper started from scratch and is going towards its 100,000 members mark.

Before talking about the newspaper, it is important to explain who the publisher of the articles is. Paul Mampilly is a former investor and businessman who experienced for himself the tricks and downfalls of the Wall Street. He was a hedge fund manager who succeeded in the industry, as well as an agent in the renowned international bank: The Deutsche Bank.

Perhaps the biggest achievement of the investor was the competition that he won while he was an investor in Wall Street: A competition of Templeton Foundation, which measured the competency of candidates in turning a specific amount of dollars in the biggest profit that they could. Paul Mampilly managed to raise an initial amount of $50 million in $88 million.

The investor has put all of the knowledge that he acquired in years of working in the Wall Street and in a variety of banks into his newsletter Profits Unlimited. Subscribers of the Profits Unlimited get studies made by the investor to this date, as he is a former hedge fund manager but is still very active and is constantly unveiling new methods of investing your money, be it with risk or risk-free.

This is how Paul Mampilly helps his subscribers: Every month, Mampilly reviews the current market state and unveils a new method of investing in a specific stock that he finds is currently the most attractive one, based on a number of reasons. In eight pages, he explains why this stock is the one that is the most promising to give better rewards to those who invest in it for the following month. Of course, the members of the newspaper go on their way and buy their share of the stock on their own, to learn from the business and how to buy stocks. Mampilly’s methods make sure that his readers are active and critical about the subject.

For more information about Paul Mampilly, just click here.