This Twitch streamer who was caught in the act is now seeking to assist women

This Twitch streamer who was caught in the act is now seeking to assist women ...

Culture News This Twitch streamer who was caught in the act is now wishing to assist women.

Published on 03/16/2023 at 11:32

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Brandon "Atrioc" Ewing was caught red-handed at the end of January: he went to a website specialized in the distribution of deepfakes showing prominent American streamers naked. Six weeks later, he is back in the limelight and explains how he wants to combat this phenomenon.

What is the definition of a deepfake?

The term deepfake is a form of anglicism. It is used to refer to images or videos that depict individuals without their permission. The best known are these two, the former President of the United States Barack Obama's and the actor Tom Cruise's fake TikTok.

OnlyFans as a combat weapon

Brandon "Atrioc" Ewing" returned to Twitch six weeks after the controversy he became the subject of. A tab that would refer to a website specialized in the paid distribution of naked streaming personalities. A controversy that saw him apologize live with his girlfriend.

In a live this week, he states that he has worked every day to protect the victims of deepfakes. Morrison Rothman, a digital entertainment law firm, has recently enacted DMCAs and laws in the United States to combat copyright infringement on the Internet, which he finds too slow to appreciate, and he will look on the other side of the Onlyfans social network, which is often an adult site.

On the platform, Ceartas, an artificial intelligence company, he mentions that it fights artificial intelligence and assists creators in recovering lost revenue by automatically discovering, deindexing, and eliminating bad actors who steal and leak your copyrighted content.

Following the advent of Twitch, these are the first convincing tests.

Morrison Rothman has successfully removed 52 items from Ceartas, for the amount of 512 being requested by one of the victims in the January incident in Ireland.

Atrioc, who aided other well-known streamers such as Amouranth and Pokimane, got a promising first try.

In any event, this initiative appears to be shook things up in the world of deepfakes and copyright infringement. Last week, Twitch announced that it would improve their policy regarding the sharing of synthetic images, as well as that of nudity among adults.

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