A new law being enacted in Israel is banning the practice of advertising with underweight models, as well as forcing advertisers to disclose when an image has been processed with Photoshop. While the intentions of the law are certainly noble, it does appear that the law is impractical. Not only does it rely upon the much maligned BMI scale, but all photos are photoshopped in some way. It is hard to prove either point in a court of law, so it is strange to see the entire system based upon rather subjective means.

[Source: USA Today]