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In a recent custody dispute in the UK, one of the parents involved presented the courts with an audio recording of the other parent making a series of dangerous and violent threats.

It was compelling evidence; the kind strong enough to sway a court’s decision. However, there was a problem: the recording wasn’t real. As the accused parent’s attorney would reveal through forensic analysis, the damning audio was actually a doctored “deepfake.” 

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