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Deepfake porn: why we need to make it a crime to create it, not just share it

By Clare McGlynn, Professor of Law, Durham University
Deepfake pornography – where someone’s likeness is imposed into sexually explicit images with artificial intelligence – is alarmingly common. The most popular website dedicated to sexualised deepfakes, usually created and shared without consent, receives around 17 million hits a month. The content almost exclusively targets women. There has also been an exponential…The Conversation

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