Deepfake Porn: The nightmare of deporting people begins

Non-consensual videos porn has now become first in views. And major sites of the genre, are cashing in on their profits.

You may not have heard of them yet deepfake video. And you may not have paid any attention when the whole technical world of the internet, together with the Greek Police, urged you to do not upload to the internet uncontrollable photos and videos with your face. Especially with the faces of minors.

You need to rethink your online behavior, as what everyone feared has already grown. Non-consensual deepfake porn videos, which humiliate and degrade women, are now gathering views on porn sites. This is a porn video where the face of the protagonist (s) has been replaced with the face of someone else.

Hundreds of deepfake porn videos featuring female celebrities, actresses and musicians are uploaded to the world's largest pornographic sites each month. Non-consensual videos garner millions of views, and pornographic companies still fail to remove them from their sites.

Up to 1.000 deepfake videos have been uploaded to porn sites each month as they became increasingly popular during 2020, according to company data. deepfake Sensity.

Deepfake porn videos are hosted on three of the biggest porn sites, XVideos, Xnxx and xHamster, and have been viewed millions of times. Videos are naturally surrounded by ads, so these sites make money. The above sites are ranked within Top 10 largest websites in the world and each of the above has, or even exceeds, as many visitors as Wikipedia, Amazon and Reddit.

A 30 second video, which appears on all three sites above and the face of actress Emma Watson, has been viewed over 23 million times. It has been watched 13 million times on Xnxx alone. Other deepfake porn videos, which have hundreds of thousands or millions of views, include celebrities such as Natalie Portman, Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift and Kristen Bell.

Deepfake technology exists. The technique on computers now it can work wonders. Sometimes it's fun, like wanting to see the movie character Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs played by William Dafoe instead of Anthony Hopkins or if you want to see "Home Alone" with the kid to him impersonated by Stalone.

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But as in all things there is a dark side to the matter. Celebrities around the world have become, against their will, protagonists in deepfake porn movies, but they have the power to resist. With a lawyer, with lawsuits and whatever the justice gives them can take down the fake movies and clear their name. But what will happen when the illegal deepfake porn video industry turns to people who don't have the financial power?

There are currently hundreds of thousands of deepfake porn videos, which have been digitally produced whose cost most often does not exceed 100 dollars. Although in many cases their fidelity is poor, they work, nevertheless, as a perfect tool for promoting the person in question. Even on Pornhub, where deepfake porn is officially prohibited, several new videos of this type appear every day.

And since the cost of production does not require the cost of a protagonist or a protagonist, not even a film crew, do not be surprised if you see your face to such illegal films. Be sure that the more you upload public videos and selfies from your life on social media, the more you risk.

With deepfake porn videos multiplying at a machine gun rate, and with the Greek and European Union legal framework for AI porn still trying to understand what all this means when the illegal deepfake porn industry turns to the woman next door door, which can not be defended, then you will understand what your behavior should have been, so long on the internet.

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