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Meta 'supreme court' takes on cases of deepfake porn

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Meta is tryi g to censor free speech and art. If a famous person's image is being use without permission, then that is a copyright issue. If Jane Public wants to put her photo out there for everyo e to enjoy and discuss, that is art. It is about freedom of speech.

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Meta is tryi g to censor free speech and art. If a famous person's image is being use without permission, then that is a copyright issue. If Jane Public wants to put her photo out there for everyo e to enjoy and discuss, that is art. It is about freedom of speech.

This is completely unrelated to the examples included in the article, which are about fake pornographic images made based on public figures, there is no "free speech" nor "art" argument that could justify people sharing fake nudes of anybody else.

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Seems like a simple fix. Is it nudity? (real or AI generated) If yes, then it's not allowed.

Problem solved.

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