Texas companies behind fake Biden robocalls to NH voters could face ‘severe’ felony charges

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Investigators have not ruled out potential felony charges for the two Texas-based companies that used artificial intelligence (AI) in an effort to trick New Hampshire democratic primary voters into not casting ballots. New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella, who is a Republican, told CBS News that he’s considering class B felony charges in response to the roughly 5,000 to 25,000 robocalls that went out to New Hampshire voters ahead of the state’s presidential primary earlier this month. Those calls used AI to impersonate the voice of President Joe Biden in calls to voters encouraging the…

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