Actress Rashmika Mandanna became the victim of deepfake.
The Central Government has taken the matter of deepfake video of actress Rashmika Mandanna going viral seriously. In this regard, the government has issued an advisory to social media companies and asked them to follow the IT Intermediate Rules. According to Section 66D of the Information Technology Act, imprisonment of up to three years and fine of up to Rs 1 lakh can be imposed for committing fraud by impersonation using computer resources.
According to the rules, after receiving a complaint, companies have to remove the content within 24 hours. In fact, on Monday, Union Minister Rajiv Chandrashekhar had given his reaction on the viral deepfake video of the film ‘Pushpa’ actress. He said that this kind of misinformation is extremely harmful and social media platforms need to deal with it.
While giving instructions on Twitter, the Union Minister had written that all social media platforms should ensure that no misinformation is posted by any user and such content should be removed within 36 hours if reported. Go. Actually, Rashmika Mandanna’s deepfake video created a stir on the internet. The video has been viewed more than 14 million times since it was posted online.
Rashmika Mandanna called this incident scary
Reacting to the viral video, Rashmika Mandanna said on X that this incident is extremely scary and she feels really hurt by sharing it and talking about deepfakes. He wrote that to be honest, this kind of thing is very scary not only for me but for every one of us. Everyone is in great loss today due to misuse of technology. After the viral video, many Bollywood celebrities have come out in her support, including Rashmika’s ‘Goodbye’ co-star Amitabh Bachchan, who demanded legal action against the video.
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