Law in the Internet Society

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Deepfakes and Sexual Privacy Laws

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 Deepfakes subvert our sense of reality and could lead us to further lose faith in video as a "reliable record of reality." The law offers only partial remedies to the problem. In order to combat it fully, the federal government and all states need to pass laws targeting the creation and dissemination of malicious forgeries.
From my point of view as I read the draft, the primary outcome, paragraph by paragraph, was the evidence of straightforward legal adaptation to new circumstances. There's no significant disagreement about the appropriate legal responses to the new phenomena. Small adjustments occur legislatively and probably through a few subsequent judicial interventions. The legal system doesn't actually break much of a sweat handling social and technological change in this register. If that's right, shouldn't that be the explicit premise so that the reader needn't puzzle it out?

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