UK Introduces Laws to Criminalize Sexually Explicit Deepfake Images

The UK is implementing new laws to combat violence against women, including criminalizing the creation and sharing of sexually explicit deepfake images. Those convicted could face prosecution, fines, and jail time. These measures are in response to the increasing use of deepfake technology to harm and distress victims. Additionally, the government is introducing new offenses for taking or recording intimate images without consent, as well as penalties for causing death through abusive sexual behavior.