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The central government issued a warning against deepfakes on Facebook and YouTube.

This caution was issued during a meeting by Rajeev Chandrasekhar, the state minister of IT. He claimed that even though the regulations were put into place a year ago, many social media businesses still haven't revised their user terms and conditions.

Deepfakes are a concern that the federal government has alerted Facebook and YouTube about. Social media sites, such as Facebook and YouTube, have been informed that the laws of the nation forbid deepfakes and the publication of content that propagates disinformation or obscenity.

According to sources cited in a Reuters story, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, the state minister for information technology, issued this warning during a meeting. He claimed that even though the regulations were put into place a year ago, many social media businesses still haven't revised their user terms and conditions.

Content that is offensive to minors, pornographic, or that imitates another person is prohibited under these guidelines.

According to Chandrashekhar, these businesses ought to make people more aware of these guidelines and inform users that they are not allowed to publish certain kinds of content when they log in.

The central government issued a warning against deepfakes on Facebook and YouTube.

The number of bogus videos featuring politicians and celebrities has increased due to the use of artificial intelligence (AI). We refer to these videos as deepfakes. The government is getting ready to enact new laws to stop this. Platforms that produce and host deepfakes may be subject to fines under these rules.

Deepfakes are a threat to democracy, according to Telecom and IT Minister Ashwini Vaishawa earlier this week. "The next danger to democracy is deepfakes. This could make society and its institutions less credible," Ashwini had stated following a discussion with a range of stakeholders.

Among these stakeholders were academicians involved in artificial intelligence (AI), representatives of social media platforms, and NASSCOM, an association of software companies.

As previously stated by Ashwini, "We are starting to make regulations for deepfakes." He declared that the government will focus on four areas: identifying deepfakes, stopping the dissemination of such content, bolstering the reporting mechanism, and increasing public awareness of the problem.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi issued a warning on deepfakes not too long ago. Modi had previously stated that he had instructed the ChatGPT team to recognize deepfakes and send out alerts when videos of this nature start to circulate online.

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