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  • Influencer crackdown takes aim at misleading filters
  • Influencer crackdown takes aim at misleading filters
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Influencer crackdown takes aim at misleading filters

The Advertising Standards Authority has issued a ruling that beauty influencers need to disclose when they’ve used a filter to promote products. With people wary of unrealistic beauty ideals, they’re looking for more transparency and accountability across social media.

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