German state officials on Friday said they want advertisers and social media influencers to label any photos that have used so-called beauty filters.
Critics argue that the filters, which offer easy ways to touch up images and remove supposed blemishes, promote unrealistic standards of beauty, particularly among women and girls.
A German state minister said digital tools should not determine what is considered beautiful or not.
A majority of officials from Germany’s 16 states want the federal government to come up with legislation that would require the labeling of images and videos where beauty filters are used to enhance a person’s face, skin, or hair.
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