After Rashmika Mandanna and Katrina Kaif, a faux video of Bollywood actress Kajol has been doing rounds on social media platforms. The footage, initially shared on TikTok, showcases Kajol’s face digitally manipulated to create a deceptive and fabricated situation. Within the video, the girl purporting to be Kajol seems to be altering garments, additional emphasizing the misleading nature of the deepfake content material.
Who options within the authentic video?
The unique video options English social media influencer Rosie Breen. She had uploaded the video on TikTok on June 5 as a part of the “Get Prepared With Me” (GRWM) development. Nonetheless, now, her video has been morphed to superimpose the face of Bollywood actor Kajol onto Breen’s physique.
Rashmika Mandanna deepfake video
A number of days again, Rashmika Mandanna’s deepfake video had gone viral on social media. The video which went viral earlier, confirmed Rashmika’s face morphed over the physique of British-Indian Instagram influencer Zara Patel.
Taking a powerful stance towards the viral deepfake video of her, Rashmika had penned an extended observe on social media: “I really feel actually harm to share this and have to speak concerning the deepfake video of me being unfold on-line. One thing like that is actually extraordinarily scary, not just for me, but additionally for every one among us who immediately is weak to a lot hurt due to how know-how is being misused.”
“At present, as a girl and as an actor, I’m grateful for my household, associates and nicely wishers who’re my safety and assist system. But when this occurred to me after I was at school or faculty, I genuinely cannot think about how may I ever deal with this. We have to deal with this as a neighborhood and with urgency earlier than extra of us are affected by such id theft,” she added.
Govt points advisory to social media platforms
Following Rashmika’s faux viral video, the Ministry of Electronics and Data Expertise (MeiTY) issued an advisory to social media platforms, highlighting the authorized laws governing deepfakes and the potential penalties related to their creation and dissemination.
Citing Part 66D of the Data Expertise Act, 2000, the federal government advisory acknowledged, “Whoever, by way of any communication machine or pc useful resource cheats by personating, shall be punished with imprisonment of both description for a time period which can prolong to 3 years and shall even be liable to high-quality which can prolong to at least one lakh rupees.” For the unversed, Part 66D pertains to ‘punishment for dishonest by personation through the use of pc useful resource’.
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