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Deepfake Danger: How manipulated videos could impact democracy

Deepfakes, manipulated videos using artificial intelligence, seem to be popping up everywhere. Now the House Intelligence Committee plans to examine the risks of those videos. But are deepfakes really new or are we just now paying attention? Mary Anne Franks, a law professor at the University of Miami and head of the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative, talks about the overlooked victims of deepfakes.

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Better-than-ever technology is making it harder to spot deepfakes, manipulated videos using artificial intelligence. Now Congress is getting involved. Soledad talks with Mary Anne Franks, University of Miami law professor and president of the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative, about how deepfakes aren't just a risk for democracy but for the average person as well.