Adam Levin was interviewed by Indy100 about the current state of deepfakes, specifically in how like the likenesses of actress are increasingly being used to generate pornographic content without their consent.
“[A]s long as every party involved is a legal adult, there aren’t very many laws on the books to prevent or punish the distribution of illicit content,” said Levin of the difficulty in prosecuting deepfake creators.
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