Bipartisan House Ethics Warning About Members and Their Staffs Circulating Deep Fakes

New memo (via Brian Svoboda): However, intentional distortions of audio and/or visual representations can be far more damaging. Members have a duty, and a First Amendment right, to contribute to the public discourse, including through parody and satire. However, manipulation … Continue reading →

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