Friday 25 November 2022 08:11 AM Taking 'downblouse' photos of women and making deepfake porn will be ... trends now

Friday 25 November 2022 08:11 AM Taking 'downblouse' photos of women and making deepfake porn will be ... trends now
Friday 25 November 2022 08:11 AM Taking 'downblouse' photos of women and making deepfake porn will be ... trends now

Friday 25 November 2022 08:11 AM Taking 'downblouse' photos of women and making deepfake porn will be ... trends now

Taking 'downblouse' photos of women and making deepfake porn will be criminalised in new Online Safety Bill Amendment to Online Safety Bill will give police and prosecutors more powers Changes to protect victims from having intimate pics shared without consent Superimposing people's faces onto pornographic images could result in jail time

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Taking pictures down women's tops and creating 'deepfake' pornographic images without consent are to be made illegal.

An amendment to the Online Safety Bill announced yesterday will give police and prosecutors more power to bring the abusers to justice.

The Ministry of Justice said a raft of changes to the law would better protect victims from having their intimate images shared without their consent.

This includes potential jail time for people who use editing software to create fake images of people so they appear naked called 'deepfakes'.

It will also criminalise so-called 'downblousing', in line with similar measures the government has taken to outlaw 'upskirting'.

Justice Secretary Dominic

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