UK aims to ban non-consensual deepfake porn in Online Safety Bill

2017-08-24_00h03_35 ガジェット総合
The UK government will amend its Online Safety Bill with measures designed to prohibit abuse of intimate images, whether or not they're real. If the bill becomes law as is, it will be illegal to share deepfake porn without the subject's consent. This would be the first ban on sharing deepfakes in the country and if the law comes into effect, violating this rule could lead to a prison sentence.Additionally, the Ministry of Justice aims to ban "downblousing," which it describes as an incident "where photos are taken down a woman’s top without consent." The country banned upskirt photos, which ar