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Professor Andrew Murray was quoted in the Sun newspaper on the legality of apps which allow users to fake pornographic footage of celebrities using 'face-swap' effects:
"To put the fact of an identifiable person onto images of others and then sharing them publicly is a breach of Data Protection Law ... Should the images be received as genuine images and the celebrity, as a result, is viewed less favourably by members of society then they could sue for defamation if it was shown to have harmed their reputation.”
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