Finally a reaction has arrived by the Rashmika Mandanna on her viral deepfake video. Earlier, a few days ago the internet became a buzz of the viral video of the Rashmika on life. However, after a few hours official sources suggested that the viral deepfake video was totally fake and soon strict actions will be taken against the person who used this deepfake video.
The official Delhi Police Special Cell has registered a First Information Report (FIR) on Friday concerning a deepfake AI-generated video featuring popular actor Rashmika Mandanna was totally fake and it requires serious actions would be taken under various panel code.
Rashmika Mandanna Fir against Deepfake Viral Video
After the video became a concern Rashmika Mandanna took action and was deeply saddened due to this shameless video. The FIR has been registered under Sections 465 and 469 of the Indian Penal Code, addressing the charges of forgery and forgery with the intent to harm the reputation of an individual. Additionally, identity theft charges will also be charged against the culprits.
The deepfake video, which has raised concerns over the misuse of artificial intelligence technology in the viral video of Rashmika Mandanna, along with this legal action by Rashmika Mandanna have been taken against the deepfake video. The FIR reflects the situation as an immediate concern, as authorities aim to curb the circulation of misleading content that could potentially damage the reputation of public figures.
Delhi Police takes action in Rashmika Viral Video
Lots of actors such as Amitabh Bachhan have also raised his concern over the deepfake video earlier and requested everyone to take an immediate action against the sources behind it. Using AI wrongly could lead to identity crises and become an issue for various people. What if the same thing happened to normal people? Either he or she could died of being guilty.
After it FIR registration Delhi commission for women have raised their concern via X and informed everyone. The Delhi Commission for Women has taken suo-moto cognizance on media reports of a deepfake video of an Indian actress Rashmika Mandanna circulating widely on several social media platforms. Reportedly, the actress has also raised her concerns in the matter and has stated that someone has illegally morphed her picture in the video,” the statement done by Delhi Commission for Women.
Furthermore, the government has issued a reminder to all the social media handles, including various platforms such as X, snapchat, Instagram and Facebook and others, emphasising the need for stringent measures to curb the spread of misinformation and fake media. The authorities have warned of consequences if these platforms fail to proactively address and mitigate the dissemination of false content.
This incident reflects an evolving challenge posed by deepfake technology and the pressing need for legal frameworks to effectively address these issues. As investigations unfold, the outcome of this case could set precedents for future legal actions against the malicious use of AI-generated content. It underscores the delicate balance between technological advancements and the imperative to safeguard individuals from the detrimental effects of misinformation and reputation damage.
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