Sharing ‘deepfake’ pornography should be criminalised, UK review finds

//Sharing ‘deepfake’ pornography should be criminalised, UK review finds

Sharing ‘deepfake’ pornography should be criminalised, UK review finds

Sharing digitally altered “deepfake” pornographic images should be made a crime, a British government-backed review said on Friday after finding victims were being denied justice because the law has not kept up with new, hi-tech forms of abuse.Publishing intimate photos or videos without consent and with the intent to cause distress – so-called revenge porn – was criminalised in Britain in 2015, but the review identified gaps in the legislation including the issue of fake images.Such pictures…

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