Pornhub is still hosting 'deepfake' porn with millions of views, despite promise to ban

Pornhub has promised to remove "deepfake" porn from its massive video platform. But 48 of these videos remained online Monday morning, some with millions of views.
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"Deepfake" porn typically features actresses or other celebrity women who haven't consented to appearing in the videos. New and easily-accessible software makes it easy for anyone to stitch footage of one person's face onto another's, which has predictably resulted in hardcore porn featuring the likenesses of Scarlett Johansson, Gal Gadot, and others.
On Feb. 2, Pornhub told Mashable it would remove deepfake videos that had been flagged by users, and a few days later it told Motherboard it's banning them outright. Read more... More about Artificial Intelligence , Pornography , Pornhub , Deepfakes , and Tech