Please sign and share the petition 'Tighten regulation on taking, making and faking explicit images' at Change.org initiated by Helen Mort to the w:Law Commission (England and Wales) to properly update UK Laws against synthesis and other related crimes. Only name and email required to support, no nationality requirement.

Help against appearance and voice theft

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Help in case of appearance or voice theft

This article is an attempt to gather resources for people who get hit with synthetic filth attacks.

Got attacked? Save evidence, report, take content down from search engines, take content down from the site(s).[edit | edit source]

In case of something showing up on the Internet that is not supposed to show up[edit | edit source]

Report child sexual abuse material nearly anywhere[edit | edit source]


Take down harmful things from Google[edit | edit source]

Take down involuntary fake pornography from Google[edit | edit source]

If involuntary fake pornography that looks like you shows up on Google, you can get it removed from Google since September 2018.

Form for removing involuntary fake pornography at support.google.com, select "I want to remove: A fake nude or sexually explicit picture or video of myself". Information on removing involuntary fake pornography from Google at support.google.com . Google added “involuntary synthetic pornographic imagery” to its ban list in September 2018, allowing anyone to request the search engine block results that falsely depict them as “nude or in a sexually explicit situation.”[1]

Take down images of your minors from Google[edit | edit source]

On Wednesday 2021-10-27 Google installed a new policy that will allow minors or their caregivers to request their images be removed from the company's search results, saying that "kids and teens have to navigate some unique challenges online, especially when a picture of them is unexpectedly available on the internet."[2] Use the form - Request to remove your personal information on Google at support.google.com to request removal of your minors' pictures from Google searches.

Take down your personal info from Google search results[edit | edit source]

Since 2022 Google is offering a new tool to anyone who doesn't want their phone number, email, street address, government issued ID-numbers, bank and credit card numbers, images of handwritten signatures, images of ID documents, restricted, personal and medical documents and confidential login credentials to be found via Google.[3] - Request leaked personal information takedown from Google with the form found in Remove select personally identifiable info (PII) or doxxing content from Google Search at support.google.com

Take non-consensual intimate imagery down from Bing[edit | edit source]

Take harmful content down from other services[edit | edit source]

Report it and get support[edit | edit source]

Consider reporting it to the AI following incident databases[edit | edit source]

By country[edit | edit source]

Canada[edit | edit source]

  • Assaulted Women’s Helpline at awhl.org - For over 30 years, the Assaulted Women’s Helpline has served as a free, anonymous and confidential 24-hour telephone and TTY crisis telephone line to all women in the province of Ontario who have experienced any form of abuse.

China[edit | edit source]

Law against synthetic human-like fakes in China[edit | edit source]

Finland[edit | edit source]

India[edit | edit source]

Antiabuse.in[edit | edit source]

  • https://www.antiabuse.in/ is a service in India for people to share anonymously stories of sexual harassment and violence against kids and women. - Anti Abuse Organization was founded by Mr. Bala Murugan MCA., on 6th April 2022 to make a safer society for the kids and women. It’s one of the Major Projects of World Karate Masters Association (Non Profit Organization) focused on the betterment of Humanity.

Japan[edit | edit source]

  • Lighthouse at lhj.jp: Center for Human Trafficking Victims is an NPO that works to eliminate the issue of human trafficking, especially sex trafficking, in Japan.

UK[edit | edit source]

Everyone can report harmful content[edit | edit source]

'Report Remove' for under 19 yr old in UK[edit | edit source]

Revenge Porn Helpline[edit | edit source]

Enough campaign[edit | edit source]

Anti-bullying in the UK[edit | edit source]

USA[edit | edit source]

Laws in the USA against synthetic non-consensual pornography[edit | edit source]

Laws against synthesis and other related crimes have been put in place at least in USA

Helpful organizations in the USA[edit | edit source]

New York City

Recent losses in the struggle against synthetic human-like fakes - FacePinPoint.com 2017-2021[edit | edit source]

FacePinPoint.com was a countermeasure to non-consensual pornography in 2017-2021, invented by Lionel Hagege in 2015, that would protect humanity against the destructive effects of malicious synthetic pornography, if it were revived and purveyed as a public good. The inventor and founder of FacePinPoint.com, Mr. Lionel Hagege registered the domain name in 2015[5], when he set out to research the feasibility of his action plan idea against non-consensual pornography.[6] The description of how FacePinPoint.com worked is the same as Adequate Porn Watcher AI (concept)'s description.

Recent advances

On 3rd of October 2019 California outlawed with the AB-602 the use of w:human image synthesis technologies to make fake pornography without the consent of the people depicted in. The law was authored by Assembly member w:Marc Berman.[7] The law came into effect 2020-01-01.

Lists of related services elsewhere[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

Contact information[edit | edit source]

Please contact these organizations and tell them to work harder against the disinformation weapons

  1. Contact Artificial Intelligence Algorithmic Automation Incidents Controversies (AIAAIC) at aiaaic.org Snail mail
    • AIAAIC
    • The Bradfield Centre
    • 184 Cambridge Science Park
    • Cambridge, CB4 0GA
    • United Kingdom
  2. Contact Cyber Civil Rights Initiative at cybercivilrights.org
    • CCRI is located in Coral Gables, Florida, USA.

Contacted[edit | edit source]

  1. Contacted Artificial Intelligence Algorithmic Automation Incidents Controversies (AIAAIC) at aiaaic.org
    • 2022-01-04 | Sent them email to info [at] aiaaic.org mentioning their site is down and thanking them for their effort
    • 2022-01-04 | Received reply from Charlie. Replied back asking what is "AIAAIC" short for and Charlie Pownall responded "Artificial Intelligence Algorithmic Automation Incidents Controversies"
  2. Contacted Lionel Hagege / FacePinPoint.com
    • 2022-02-22 - 2022-02-28 - We exchanged some messages with Mr. Hagege. I got some information to him that I thought he really should know and also got a very hope-bearing answer to my question about the IP: Mr. Hagege owns it after the dissolution of the company in 2021 and he would be interested in getting at it again, but only if sufficient financing would be supplied.
    • 2022-02-21 - 2nd contact - I got another free month of LinkedIn pro and sent LinkedIn mail to Mr. Hagege, explaining the pressing need for FacePinPoint.com to make a return, as a public good. Hoping to get an answer.
    • 2021-12-18 - first contact - I managed to reach someone at FacePinPoint via their Facebook chat and they told me that they could not find funding and needed to shut shop.
    Their email does not seem to be working as both my emails (info@ and webmaster@) bounced with Relay access denied (in reply to RCPT TO command).

References[edit | edit source]

  1. Harwell, Drew (2018-12-30). "Fake-porn videos are being weaponized to harass and humiliate women: 'Everybody is a potential target'". w:The Washington Post. Retrieved 2021-01-31. In September [of 2018], Google added “involuntary synthetic pornographic imagery” to its ban list
  2. https://www.npr.org/2021/10/27/1049736477/google-minors-remove-images-search-results
  3. https://www.npr.org/2022/05/02/1095883070/google-personal-data-delete-omit?t=1652124604117
  4. https://www.partnershiponai.org/aiincidentdatabase/
  5. whois facepinpoint.com
  6. https://www.facepinpoint.com/aboutus
  7. Mihalcik, Carrie (2019-10-04). "California laws seek to crack down on deepfakes in politics and porn". w:cnet.com. w:CNET. Retrieved 2021-01-31.

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