How it’s, so easy, for our headshots we use for our profiles to get stolen, and, mixed and matched, to a body of, a porn star, and the government still does SQUAT, because the punishment isn’t, harsh enough for these, perps here! Off of the Newspapers, translated…
The YouTuber, “Yu”, Chu and her assistant, Chuang used the DeepFake technologies to switch the faces out, to produce pornographic videos, and selling them online, switched the faces of famous T.V. personnel, movie stars, and politicians onto the bodies of porn stars, and selling the footages online, of these, the city councilwoman, Jie Huang and a flight attendant’s DeepFake footages are still currently streaming on the internet, they’d sued for a million dollars N.T. for damages to their reputations with the courts, the Hsinbei District Court found the charges to be valid for the YouTuber and her assistant, and that they will pay.
Chu and her assistant claimed, that all their audiences knew that the footages they’d posted aren’t real, that they’d not damaged the victims’ reputations, that it wasn’t their intentions to damage the reputations of their victims, but the judge believed, that the sexually-illicit footages of these individuals’ faces with the bodies of porn stars, went viral online, that this constitutes as a damage in the women’s rights to their bodies. The judge found, based off of current laws in Taiwan, Chu and her accomplice, Chuang are responsible for the most severe crimes of invasion of privacy, toward the means of how the victims’ faces are swapped out, and the nude photos spreading on the internet, the laws can’t prevent these, and other than filing for the civil claims, the victims can do, nothing else.
how easily our own faces can’t get “stolen” without our consents using this technology! Found online
The judge worried, that in these situations, the women from Taiwan will be ill-at-ease using the internet, “they will no longer be comfortable, posting their photos that helped document their daily lives”, which in turn, caused the limitations of freedom of speech online, so it can’t only be punished with just a slap on the wrists for these two perps, the courts sentenced Chu and her assistant, Chuang to pay both the flight attendant, and Jie Huang both a million dollars N.T. each.
Chu and Chuang had abused the technology DeepFake, targeted a total of 119, to make the sexually illicit photos or footages, and shared these on the internet, it’d caused continued damages for the victims, eighty-three of the one hundred nineteen victims pressed charges, the judge believed, that the two made the profits illegally, that it’d severely damaged the reputations, the psychological wellbeing of their victims, that their actions were, malicious, considering how they’d admitted to wrongdoing, and had attempted to settle with the victims, and carried a willing to accept the consequences attitude, on the 119 counts of invasions of privacy, breaching the personal data protection laws, sentenced Chu to fie months, Chuang to three, Chu will be serving five years six months in prison, Chuang, three years eight months, and these sentences can be paid for to skip the time served, the district attorney is filing for an appeal right now.
And so this is still just, SHIT, you can pay your way out of such a serious crime, and considering how these things are already, VIRAL online, how the FUCK can you undo the damages that you’d caused to someone else’s rep, huh? And this is after the cyberbullying laws, the laws against internet crimes got passed too, and this god damn country still prided itself on being advanced in that? Give me a break, the punishment here, does NOT even come close to, fitting to the crimes committed, especially when it’s the victims’ reputations that’s gotten, dragged, through the mud and the muck!
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