Friday Oct 4, 2019

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Deepfakes could destroy trust

in filmmakers. What

can we do about it?

Deepfakes could destroy trust in filmmakers. If you are a documentary filmmaker and have spent many hours to get a…
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By noreply@redsharknews.com (Sam Bocetta)
redsharknews.com

Deepfakes could destroy trust in filmmakers. If you are a documentary filmmaker and have spent many hours to get a politician on tape, it worrying that some tech pro can (theoretically) get the same footage without leaving their bedroom. It a cliche to say that pornography is the driver of every new advance in filmmaking tech, but in the case of deep fakes this is true.

Individuals have no recourse to the law if their image is used to make these videos, but equally, filmmakers have only limited protection if their footage is stolen and re-used. Before thinking about trust and authenticity issues, therefore, you should make sure you protect your footage by using the most secure cloud storage you can afford. Retaining AuthenticityAt a basic level, the way to combat the rise of deepfake….

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