Fake online images of Taylor Swift alarm White House

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The White House said on Friday it was alarmed by fake online images of the pop singer Taylor Swift and said social media companies have an important role to play in enforcing their own rules to prevent the spread of such misinformation. Fake sexually explicit images of Swift proliferated across social media this week, including one image shared on X, formerly Twitter, that the New York Times said was viewed 47 million times before the account was suspended. “This is very alarming. And so, we’re going to do what we can to deal with this issue,” White House Press Secretary …

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