NPR -- Questions about whether a perfect-looking model could possibly be real will soon be answered more definitively in France, where new rules stipulate that some digitally altered images must come with a disclaimer. The law says any models appearing in commercial photography whose bodies have been made thinner or thicker by image processing software must be accompanied by the notice of "photographie retouchée," or retouched photograph. France's former health minister, Marisol Touraine, initiated the idea, reports Le Parisien. "It is necessary to act on body image in society to avoid the promotion of inaccessible beauty ideals and prevent anorexia among young people," Touraine said, according to the French daily. It reports that eating disorders affect some 600,000 people in France (навёл kostyad). Теперь в каждом рекламном агенстве будет отдел комплаянса, состоящий из отставных министров гинекологии.