‘A lifelong sentence’: The women trapped in a deepfake porn hell

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Noelle Martin was just 18 when she discovered that pornographic pictures of her were being circulated online. She never recalled taking, let alone sharing, intimate images. However, that was her face in those images – the body, however, wasn’t hers. She became a victim of what would later be known as deepfakes. Pornographic pictures had been manipulated to look like her by using images she had shared on her personal social media accounts. “This is a lifelong sentence,” Martin told Euronews Next. “It can destroy people’s lives, livelihoods, employability, interpersonal relationships, romantic r…

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