Bruno Fagali Talking About The New Law On Retouched Photographs In Print Media

The field of law in Brazil is competitive, and there are many expert lawyers out there. However, one of the lawyers who has mainly made tremendous progress in the last few years is Bruno Fagali. He started from nothing, but thanks to the amount of dedication and determination he has showcased over the years, Bruno Fagali is a familiar name in the field of law in Brazil.

He worked for several law firms in Brazil to gain the exposure as well as experience in the area of law and then started his law firm by the name of Fagali Advocacy, which is amongst the top law firms in the country. Along with managing his law firm, Bruno Fagali is also the marketing manager of the advertising firm named Novo/SB.

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As a lawyer, Bruno Fagali feels it is necessary to stay updated with what is happening in the world of law. Not only does he read articles in law journals and stays updated with the latest amendments and bills passed by the court, but also share his views on the happenings in the field of law by writing articles on his blogs. One of the topics that Bruno Fagali touched in his blogs recently is the topic of retouched photographs. Bruno Fagali says that the teenagers and young people are heavily influenced by the models and the people from the show business due to their excellent looks and their well-toned bodies and figures, and rightly so. However, Bruno Fagali says that many of the images published in the magazines and newspapers are edited and retouched to look flawless.

As per the new law passed in France, any of the images that have been modified or retouched even slightly have to mention the disclaimer that the image has been retouched. As the cases of people being heavily influenced by the perfect images and figures of models are coming to the fore, it was necessary to take such a step. Many girls are becoming anorexic due to the kind of diet they are following to lose weight and look toned as a model, which is harming their body. Bruno Fagali welcomed the move and said that such regulations already exist in Brazil, and the retouched photographs always have a disclaimer stating that. It ensures that the readers do not get misled and knows for a fact that what they are watching is digitally morphed and reality is different from what meets the eyes.

See: https://www.terra.com.br/noticias/dino/bruno-fagali-fala-sobre-compliance-atualmente-uma-das-principais-responsabilidades-da-governanca-corporativa,da7796c2023b08e3ba5b3e4207d580dffb81cxb8.html

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