A Brazilian journalist uses deepfake into make political satireGlobal Voices Online #Global_VoicesNovember 9, 2019
In May 2019, a video showing Brazil’s far-right president Jair Bolsonaro dressed up as Chapulin Colorado — a character from a 1970s Mexican TV show that is hugely popular in Brazil — went viral.
Brazil above all” (the actual slogan is “Brazil above everything, God above all”).
Coloquei a voz do Bolsonaro em cima, como era um timing muito certo, tinha acabado de acontecer, o pessoal gostou e foi na casa de 2 milhões de visualizações de um dia para o outro
Sartori began producing satirical videos using deepfake in 2018.
Back then, Sartori used to create satirical videos commenting on issues about his hometown Unaí, in the state of Minas Gerais.
Não é uma preferência por ser o Bolsonaro, é mais pelo cargo.
As the deepfakes went viral, so did the threats against the author, as he says:
On my DMs, fake profiles come up.
Spotting deep fakes is an ongoing challenge for algorithms, but, when asked whether he is concerned about how the technology may be used to harm others, not only for fun, Sartori says:
É o que vai ser mais nocivo.
As I picked up my morning coffee, I scoped out the place for possible prey. A new cock to suck from a suitable guy was on my breakfast menu. I made eye contact with a good-looking 30-something but quickly realized that he was a former conquest. As he approached to say hello, I raised my hand like a traffic cop and shook my head no. He stopped and retreated, obviously disappointed. I was looking for some fresh meat. However, I was so horny and hungry for cock and hot cum that if nothing new was to my liking I would go back to the 30-something, but I had to act quickly, as always.