“Deep fakes” may seem like an intractable problem. But victims may find legal recourse through the right of publicity, which allows an individual to “control the commercial use of his or her identity.”
Jesse Lempel is a student at Harvard Law School and an editor of the Harvard Law Review. His writing has appeared in the Harvard International Law Journal Online, Haaretz, Tablet Magazine, and other publications.
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The judiciary appears uncomfortable with a terrorist designation system that the Trump administration has embraced.