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[See the earlier Ovarit post here.https://www.ovarit.com/o/WomensLiberation/42362/a-horrifying-new-ai-app-swaps-women-into-porn-videos-with-a-click]

There is a deepfake company which is allowing people to attack people's (women's) faces to porn. An article about them is here: http://archive.today/oaJZ6

Another company, 'WithheldforPrivacy', is protecting the deepfake company's privacy, meaning that no information can be found out about them.

I've contacted the privacy company that is protecting the privacy (providing cover) for this deepfake porn company.

I encourage you all to send them an email and tell them what you think of them at support@withheldforprivacy.com. Their website is here: https://withheldforprivacy.com/

My email is here:

Hello,

My name is Sesostris and I am writing to ask you why you are protecting the privacy of a deepfake company which is being used to create deepfake pornographic videos of unsuspecting women, men, and possibly children.

WithheldforPrivacy has been named in this article in the MIT Technology Review, (http://archive.today/oaJZ6).

According to the article, this deepfake company, is "“tailor-made” to create pornographic images of people without their consent". Why would you protect the privacy of a company whose sole reason for existence is to violate the privacy of others, mostly women?

I have looked at your terms - they say that use must be legal and responsible (Term 3). They also say that you have the discretion to discontinue services (Term 4).

I would like you to consider how you would feel, if your mother, wife, sister or daughter, or perhaps you, yourself found that your image was used to create unconsensual, degrading pornography in this way.

I will be sharing the MIT article widely, and letting people know that you are providing cover for this company.

Yours sincerely,

[See the earlier Ovarit post here.https://www.ovarit.com/o/WomensLiberation/42362/a-horrifying-new-ai-app-swaps-women-into-porn-videos-with-a-click] There is a deepfake company which is allowing people to attack people's (women's) faces to porn. An article about them is here: http://archive.today/oaJZ6 Another company, 'WithheldforPrivacy', is protecting the deepfake company's privacy, meaning that no information can be found out about them. I've contacted the privacy company that is protecting the privacy (providing cover) for this deepfake porn company. I encourage you all to send them an email and tell them what you think of them at support@withheldforprivacy.com. Their website is here: https://withheldforprivacy.com/ My email is here: Hello, My name is Sesostris and I am writing to ask you why you are protecting the privacy of a deepfake company which is being used to create deepfake pornographic videos of unsuspecting women, men, and possibly children. WithheldforPrivacy has been named in this article in the MIT Technology Review, (http://archive.today/oaJZ6). According to the article, this deepfake company, is "“tailor-made” to create pornographic images of people without their consent". Why would you protect the privacy of a company whose sole reason for existence is to violate the privacy of others, mostly women? I have looked at your terms - they say that use must be legal and responsible (Term 3). They also say that you have the discretion to discontinue services (Term 4). I would like you to consider how you would feel, if your mother, wife, sister or daughter, or perhaps you, yourself found that your image was used to create unconsensual, degrading pornography in this way. I will be sharing the MIT article widely, and letting people know that you are providing cover for this company. Yours sincerely,

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I'm confused--wouldn't making this deep fake company more widely known just send more people there to use it?

[–] Sesostris [OP] 6 points (+6|-0)

It would be good to find the registration info, in order to identify the people behind it - and potentially they could be held criminally liable.