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Reuters has implemented a new worldwide policy for freelance photographers that bans photos that were processed from RAW files. Photographers must now only send photos that were originally saved to their cameras as JPEGs. The news provider beliefs that RAW photos do allow for a greater degree of post-processing flexibility, so based on the new policy, it appears that Reuters found that photos processed from RAWs are more likely to distort the truth. The policy stands somewhat in contrast to common beliefs in the image forensics community, where it is usually said that uncompressed images offer substantially more detail to detect image manipulations.
More information is available here: http://www.theverge.com/2015/11/19/9759620/reuters-raw-photos-ban-worldwide
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