New Delhi: In the Tamil film actress Rashmika Mandana inappropriate deepfake (fake) video case, Delhi Police has traced the accused who shared the video on social media.
According to Indian media, the Delhi Police has questioned a 19-year-old youth from the state of Bihar in the Rashmika Mandana deepfake video case, which went viral on social media in the past few days.
The police suspect that the youth first uploaded Rashmika Mandana’s deepfake video on his social media platform and later shared the video widely on other social media platforms, the report said. went.
During interrogation, the youth told the Delhi Police that he had downloaded Rashmika Mandana’s deepfake video from an Instagram account.
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In this regard, the police officer told Indian media that the youth from Bihar has been asked to appear before the IFSO (Intelligence Fusion and Strategic Operations) unit and bring the mobile phone used to upload the video. was done.
It should be noted that recently, a video of Indian actress Rashmika Mandana entering the elevator wearing inappropriate clothes went viral, in which she was shown changing clothes in an inappropriate manner. The video was of a woman named Zara. Rashmika Mandana faked it. The video was described as an ‘extremely frightening’ act.
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Just two days after Rashmika Mandana’s video went viral, Bollywood queen Katrina Kaif’s inappropriate artificial intelligence (AI) photo also went viral on social media.
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While taking action against fake photos and videos, the Indian government had just taken action that fake photos of Sara Tendulkar and Indian cricketer Shibman Gill had also come to the fore.