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CBS News asks Facebook to remove "deep fake" video of Mark Zuckerberg

CBS News Thursday, 13 June 2019
As of Wednesday evening, the fake video was still viewable, and Facebook said it had evaluated CBS' claim and found no trademark violation
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News video: Deepfake Zuckerberg videotests Facebook's policies

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MENLO PARK, CALIFORNIA — A deepfake video of Mark Zuckerberg giving a Black Mirror-like speech was posted to Facebook-owned Instagram. The video portrays Zuckerberg sitting at a desk addressing his public in a very ominous manner. The video falsely shows him saying, "Imagine this for a...

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