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Two new California laws crack down on deepfakes in politics and porn, with one giving citizens the right to sue if they are placed in porn without their consent (Carrie Mihalcik/CNET)

Carrie Mihalcik / CNET:
Two new California laws crack down on deepfakes in politics and porn, with one giving citizens the right to sue if they are placed in porn without their consent  —  While some deepfakes are silly and fun, others are misleading and even abusive.  Two new California laws aim to put a stop to these more nefarious video forgeries.

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