monthly archives: august 2014
adventures of track suit man reviewed in adventures in poor taste
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I asked both creators if people should have an expectation of privacy in 2019, and their answers were similar. "People are far too relaxed about posting photos and videos on every form of social media," the safe-for-work-only creator said, referring to photos and videos that deepfake creators can use to train machine learning models. The other creator put it more bluntly: "If they upload their life to Facebook then it's their problem really. Whatever [is] shared willingly is free to use." Two years later, producing deepfakes is easier than ever, and despite being banned from platforms like Discord, Reddit, and Twitter, a marketplace for deepfake porn is thriving on easily-accessible websites. Here, people who don't have the resources or ability to create their own deepfakes can commission videos of celebrities, friends, and strangers. To test how easy it is to commission a custom deepfake, I joined this online face-swapping marketplace and paid a creator $30 to have my face digitally inserted into porn.
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