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Deepfakes are images in which an individual’s face is superimposed to make the image seem real. The image is intended to be misleading, although it may be difficult to identify as being fake. Deepfakes are leading to prosecutions for child pornography and to civil actions for damages and injunctive relief by the “real” individual. Moreover, several states, including New York, have enacted laws to combat deepfakes. Deepfakes also present discovery and admissibility issues. Join Gail Gottehrer of the Law Office of Gail Gottehrer LLC, Ronald J. Hedges of Dentons US LLP and Judge Herbert B. Dixon, Jr. (Ret.), as they discuss:

  • Uses of deepfakes (10 minutes)
  • Civil and criminal laws that might apply to deepfakes (20 minutes)
  • New York “Right to Publicity” law (10 minutes)
  • Discovery challenges of deepfakes (10 minutes)
  • Authentication and other admissibility issues raised by deepfakes (10 minutes)

 

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