Anti-porn “shameware” apps take a privacy pounding, is your image already being used by AI, and deepfake danger continues to deepen.
All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the award-winning “Smashing Security” podcast by cybersecurity veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault, joined this week by Host Unknown’s Thom Langford.
Thom Langford – @thomlangford
- The Ungodly Surveillance of Anti-Porn ‘Shameware’ Apps – WIRED.
- Covenant Eyes.
- Sick and tired of trying to quit porn? You’re not alone – Covenant Eyes promotional video.
- AI Is Probably Using Your Images and It’s Not Easy to Opt Out – Vice.
- ISIS Executions and Non-Consensual Porn Are Powering AI Art – Vice.
- Have I been trained?
- The Deepfake Danger: When It Wasn’t You On That Zoom Call – CSO Online.
- Deepfake Audio Has A Tell – Researchers Use Fluid Dynamics To Spot Artificial Imposter Voices – The Conversation.
- Deephy: On Deepfake Phylogeny – Cornell University.
- On The Horizon: Interactive And Compositional Deepfakes – Microsoft.
- Detect DeepFakes: How to counteract misinformation created by AI – MIT University.
- New Deepfake Threats Loom, Says Microsoft’s Chief Science Officer – Venture Beat.
- The Joy of Sets – BBC Archive.
- Steam Deck.
- Am I Being Unreasonable? – BBC iPlayer.
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