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Fakebusters strike back: How to spot deep fakes, the manipulated videos that are the newest form of “fake news” to hit the internet

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Fakebusters strike back: How to spot deep fakes, the manipulated videos that are the newest form of “fake news” to hit the internet

Index on Censorship , Volume 48 (1): 4 – Apr 1, 2019

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SAGE
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© The Author(s) 2019
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0306-4220
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1746-6067
DOI
10.1177/0306422019841326
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Abstract

CREDIT: Sarah Bushman/IREX 48.01 It is not the first time that the multi- Fakebusters billion-dollar porn industry has taken the lead in creating or mainstreaming new tech, including e-commerce, webcams and strike back streaming video. Deep-fake pornography first surfaced on the internet in 2017 when videos were posted on Reddit by a user Raymond Joseph investigates deep fakes and under the pseudonym “Deepfakes”. gives advice on spotting this disturbing trend The trickle of deep-fake hardcore porn 48(01): 76/79 | DOI: 10.1177/0306422019841326 videos soon turned into a deluge with the release of free software that made them relatively easy for anyone with a basic understanding of artificial intelligence to create. The problem became so serious that BASIC INTERNET SEARCH for “deep several platforms, including Reddit and Twitter, banned them. Late last year, Google A fakes” plus the names of actresses Daisy Ridley, Emma Watson and Scarlett Johansson also cracked down, adding “involuntary syn- or singers Katy Perry and Taylor Swift is decid- thetic pornographic imagery” to its ban list edly not safe for viewing at work. and allowing anyone falsely depicted in them It returns multiple hits from a wide variety as “nude or in a sexually explicit situation” to

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Published: Apr 1, 2019

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