Screenshot via Instagram. A week after a deepfake video of Mark Zuckerberg went viral and forced Facebook to fact check art , YouTube has removed a satirical deepfake of Kim Kardashian by the same creator from its platform. The news shows that copyright claims can be an effective way to quickly remove deepfakes from internet platforms, but raises an important question: Should copyright holders have the right to remove a deepfake that was created to make a political statement? The Kardashian deepfake was created by the same group of artists who brought the world the viral deepfake of Zuckerberg bragging about controlling Facebook users' data. Like the Zuckerberg deepfake, the Kardashian deepfake was commenting on the power social media companies have over their users.
In that film, Samara, a demonic orphan drowned in a well by her tormented adoptive mother, rose from the dead, via VHS tape, to terrorize the living. The particulars of the story are less important than the version that has lodged itself in our imaginations: the tape itself , a choppy cut of generically alarming images; the ringing phone, and the voice on the other end of the line whispering seven days ; the inhuman form crawling out of the television; the waterlogged face peeking out from behind the wall of stringy black hair. For now, the franchise appears to be on pause. At least officially.
However, Kim went on to explain that husband Kanye West's concerns for privacy could stop North's dream becoming reality. Kim told Women's Wear Daily : "The other day, it was so funny. My daughter watches so many YouTube tutorials and videos. Kim went on to explain how husband Kanye West is against the idea as the couple have reservations over their children growing up in the public eye.
By Kevin Kayhart For Dailymail. The idea was sparked, in part, because North has been a huge fan of the year old singer and dancer, who's known for wearing large colorful bows in her hair. She is obsessed with itsjojosiwa,' Kim tweeted February 4. The year old star was more than excited when she saw the initial tweet from Kim K.