Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

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Hell, I think she's cute.

Doesn't mean she's always right.

But at least she does the job, unlike some of the Republicant's.
I agree with that sentiment when it comes to the Republicans who can't seem to get their shit together, but whether she's doing her " job" is quite another thing. I think she's concentrated on things that are of no use to her constituents like inflation, border issues etc., but she's sure loud about racism, islamophobia, transphobia et al which are exaggerated & not worth the paper they're printed on. So I question whether she's really improving the lives of her constituents. I'm not too sure about that. Just sayin....
 

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AOC reveals 'shock' over seeing herself in AI-generated deepfake porn

Author of the article:Brad Hunter
Published Apr 09, 2024 • 2 minute read

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on 'Face the Nation.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on 'Face the Nation.' PHOTO BY SCREENSHOT /X/Face the Nation
Left-wing firebrand Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is revealing her horrifying battle after discovering raunchy AI-generated deepfake porn images of herself.


The Democratic diva told Rolling Stone she discovered the disturbing images while scrolling through X. AOC said she was performing sex acts in the shocking image.


“There’s a shock to seeing images of yourself that someone could think are real,” AOC told the music magazine. “As a survivor of physical sexual assault, it adds a level of dysregulation. It resurfaces trauma, while I’m trying to … in the middle of a f***ing meeting.”

One of the bogus images AOC is complaining about. (Screenshot/X)
One of the bogus images AOC is complaining about. (Screenshot/X)
The bogus image of AOC performing oral sex stayed with her for the rest of the day, she said. “There are certain images that don’t leave a person, they can’t leave a person.”

She added: “It’s not as imaginary as people want to make it seem. It has real, real effects not just on the people that are victimized by it, but on the people who see it and consume it. And once you’ve seen it, you’ve seen it.”


AOC likened the raunchy takedown to physical rape.

“Kids are going to kill themselves over this,” she said. “People are going to kill themselves over this.”

Now the 34-year-old former Queens, N.Y. bartender is spearheading a House version of the Disrupt Explicit Forged Images and Non-Consensual Edits (DEFIANCE) Act of 2024. If passed, the law which would make it easier for victims of nonconsensual AI porn to sue publishers, distributors and consumers of X-rated digital forgeries.

HUH? AOC and Elon Musk? Hardly. Another deepfake. (X)
HUH? AOC and Elon Musk? Hardly. Another deepfake. (X)
According to the Daily Mail, deepfake pornography accounted for 98% of all deepfake videos posted online, according to a 2023 study done by Home Security Heroes, a cyber security firm.

“Deepfakes are absolutely a way of digitizing violent humiliation against other people,” AOC said. “It’s so important to me that people understand that this is not just a form of interpersonal violence, it’s not just about the harm that’s done to the victim.


“Because this technology threatens to do it at scale — this is about class subjugation,” she added.

AOC’s AI deepfake proposals have broad bipartisan support, with Republicans Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., and Sens. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., and Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., backing it.

The progressive pol added: “People increasingly, since the emergence of smartphones, have relied on the internet as a proxy for human experience. And so, if this becomes the primary medium through which people engage the world, at least in this country, then manipulating that becomes manipulating reality.”

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AOC reveals 'shock' over seeing herself in AI-generated deepfake porn

Author of the article:Brad Hunter
Published Apr 09, 2024 • 2 minute read

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on 'Face the Nation.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on 'Face the Nation.' PHOTO BY SCREENSHOT /X/Face the Nation
Left-wing firebrand Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is revealing her horrifying battle after discovering raunchy AI-generated deepfake porn images of herself.


The Democratic diva told Rolling Stone she discovered the disturbing images while scrolling through X. AOC said she was performing sex acts in the shocking image.


“There’s a shock to seeing images of yourself that someone could think are real,” AOC told the music magazine. “As a survivor of physical sexual assault, it adds a level of dysregulation. It resurfaces trauma, while I’m trying to … in the middle of a f***ing meeting.”

One of the bogus images AOC is complaining about. (Screenshot/X)
One of the bogus images AOC is complaining about. (Screenshot/X)
The bogus image of AOC performing oral sex stayed with her for the rest of the day, she said. “There are certain images that don’t leave a person, they can’t leave a person.”

She added: “It’s not as imaginary as people want to make it seem. It has real, real effects not just on the people that are victimized by it, but on the people who see it and consume it. And once you’ve seen it, you’ve seen it.”


AOC likened the raunchy takedown to physical rape.

“Kids are going to kill themselves over this,” she said. “People are going to kill themselves over this.”

Now the 34-year-old former Queens, N.Y. bartender is spearheading a House version of the Disrupt Explicit Forged Images and Non-Consensual Edits (DEFIANCE) Act of 2024. If passed, the law which would make it easier for victims of nonconsensual AI porn to sue publishers, distributors and consumers of X-rated digital forgeries.

HUH? AOC and Elon Musk? Hardly. Another deepfake. (X)
HUH? AOC and Elon Musk? Hardly. Another deepfake. (X)
According to the Daily Mail, deepfake pornography accounted for 98% of all deepfake videos posted online, according to a 2023 study done by Home Security Heroes, a cyber security firm.

“Deepfakes are absolutely a way of digitizing violent humiliation against other people,” AOC said. “It’s so important to me that people understand that this is not just a form of interpersonal violence, it’s not just about the harm that’s done to the victim.


“Because this technology threatens to do it at scale — this is about class subjugation,” she added.

AOC’s AI deepfake proposals have broad bipartisan support, with Republicans Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., and Sens. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., and Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., backing it.

The progressive pol added: “People increasingly, since the emergence of smartphones, have relied on the internet as a proxy for human experience. And so, if this becomes the primary medium through which people engage the world, at least in this country, then manipulating that becomes manipulating reality.”

bhunter@postmedia.com

@HunterTOSun
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surprised that they wasted time and effort on fuglyta. ;)