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Facebook vows to crack down on ‘misleading’ deepfakes

Facebook today announced it will ban misleading manipulated media — including Photoshopped images and deepfakes. This announcement comes right on time, ahead of the upcoming US presidential elections this year.  The declaration of the new policy comes just before Monika Bickert, Vice President, Global Policy...
Facebook today announced it will ban misleading manipulated media — including Photoshopped images and deepfakes. This announcement comes right on time, ahead of the upcoming US presidential elections this year.  The declaration of the new policy comes just before Monika Bickert, Vice President, Global Policy Management, is set to testify against the House Energy and Commerce consumer protection subcommittee tomorrow to discuss how the platform will tackle manipulative media. The social network will remove media from its platform if it satisfies any of these two criteria: It has been edited or synthesized – beyond adjustments for clarity or quality – in… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Facebook
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