Parnahab-Twitter is removing stars 'galactic' porn

in apps •  last year

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Twitter and Pornahab have been banned from their platform by fake pornographic videos called 'Dipfike' made by the stars, the technology site The Next Web has revealed.
On Tuesday, Parnahab Technology Site said to the motherboard: "We do not accept any content without any consent from our site, and after knowing we can remove all such videos as soon as possible. Content without consent violates our policies and conditions directly. In this case, the referees have been told to publish anything, without the permission of Dipfike or anyone else's permission. "

On behalf of the microblogging site Twitter, it is said that they will be identified as the original postdate of such content and will delete accounts used to spread the DPFeek.

A new free tool that comes at the beginning of this month makes this process easy to change the look of pornographic video. The makers claim that this software named FakePop has been downloaded more than 10 thousand times. Using a machine-learning algorithm, the app creates a version of a computer built on a similar type of computer.

It requires hundreds of pictures of which to look for an analysis and the look of the video to change. As a result of this new video is known as 'Dipfike'. Although changing the look, the value of this video is different from the original video. But in some cases, whose appearance will be changed and whose face is formed in the form of the match, the difference can not be understood.

The most common use of this app is the appearance of a pornographic actress in the pornographic content. There are reports that many such clips have already been spread online.

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