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    I liked the article (since it goes against some of the more popular articles on the deepfake topic) but I found it somewhat repetitive and not so deep. The summary is simple:

    deepfakes pose more dangers to individuals than to society as a whole because they can be exposed easily [citation required] and society destroying mis-information is better done by mis-quoting things, taking things out of context and other stuff that plays on our existing biases and keeps an aura of plausible deniability (which are all-together called cheapfakes) [citation required]

    It does not have enough information in it to convince me of it’s central thesis.