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Deepfakes Acceptable Use Policy Example – Rephrase.Ai

Been investigating lately the market for off-the-shelf products that let you create “deepfakes” or the more acceptably-named “synthetic media,” where an AI helps generate video content for you as a service.

Rephrase.AI is one such example, and I found an interesting tidbit in their Terms of Service:

“Users acknowledge and accept that the Owner does not filter or moderate such content.

However, the Owner reserves the right to remove, delete, block or rectify such content at its own discretion and to, without prior notice, deny the uploading User access to this Application…”

It seems like that TOS is saying on the one hand that they don’t moderate content created with their deepfakes video engine, and then in the next paragraph says they do exactly that.

This is certainly going to be a confusing topic for everybody!


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1 Comment

  1. Tim B.

    “Synthesia has the right but not the obligation to monitor and edit all Content submitted by users on the Service.”

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