字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - We've got huge concerning updates on the deep fake scandals, monsters are setting aid for earthquake victims on fire, the Supreme Court may be about to destroy the internet as we know it based on their decision around section 230, there was another huge hazardous chemical spill. We're gonna talk about all that and so much more on today's brand new Philip DeFranco show. So, buckle up, hit that like button. And, very quickly, quick announcement, I have heard your pleas, so we'll be leaving up until the weekend all the new stuff we've been dropping over at BeautifulBastard.com. I go through the texts, I saw the screw you, I don't get paid till Friday, texts. I'm gonna give y'all a little extra time if you wanna snag the I Love Naps gear, because people will come and go, but naps will always be there for you. emotionally exhausted on an absurd number of colorways, but also the classics. And, screw it, I'll even let you get some of the Go Easy On Yourself gear. Yeah, grab any and all that you want while you can, 'cause I run that company like a chaotic idiot. With that said, let's just jump into it. We've got a big update regarding that deep fake porn controversy we talked about a few weeks ago, right? That whole thing got a big spotlight on it when a streamer by the name of Atrioc was caught with an open tab to a deep fake porn website, which notably hosted explicit deep fakes of very high profile female streamers, including his colleagues. And, in addition to the general outrage and disgust, you had some of the women that have been featured on that site like QT Cinderella speaking out about how just fucked up deep fake porn is. And, with that, vowing to sue the creator of the website even after they took the site down. But, the update there is, no, apparently that's not gonna happen. But, they're reportedly telling NBC News that the legal framework for a potential path forward is disheartening and adding, "every single lawyer I've talked to essentially have come to the conclusion that we don't have a case." There's no way to sue the guy. And, that's apparently because, while many states have laws regarding revenge porn, only a handful have laws specifically regarding deep fakes. And, this as, even though that website was taken down, those videos made without her knowledge or consent can still be spread around the internet like wildfire. Which also I think the unfortunate side effect of that news breaking is this may embolden those who want to do this. Though, to those people, I would warn not only is that fucked up and I think wrong, it's important to remember there was a time where there were not laws against revenge porn. The story also makes me think for a second about just how fucking weird the internet is and also what a weird place it must be to be a female content creator, and because you have all these photos and videos that you didn't even fucking make being spread all over the internet, but at the same time, on mainstream social platforms, you have consensual photos being over moderated, right? There were things like another massive streamer, Pokimane, dealing with Instagram removing one of her photos over "sexual solicitation". And, oddly it pertained to a photo that was posted back in July. It was her in a pink blazer. And, apparently the platform had an issue with her caption, "anybody need a sugar momma?" And, apparently all that violated the rules of the site. because you cannot facilitate, encourage, or coordinate sexual activity on Instagram. So, something to keep in mind the next time you post on social media, anyone want to get filled in together. But, also I think the issue on Instagram isn't just female focused. I think it it's scale focused. And, the reason I say that is because the number of people I've seen get banned on like Twitter and other platforms, 'cause they made a punch you in the throat joke, which, if you're new here, is like an inside joke between me and all you beautiful bastards, right? Algorithms not taking into context or jokes or any of that. But, back to the main story, I will say personally I am disappointed that there's apparently no legal path forward, because while I know there were a myriad of different opinions on the topic, I think at the very least I think there's an argument and a case for harassment. And, then we've got big Dhar Mann updates to talk about, because we're seeing him double down on his fight against the allegations that have been levied against him and his studio. We talked about this last week, he's a massive creator, some of his videos getting hundreds of millions of views, videos that are normally about moral and inspirational lessons. But, a number of his actors ended up actually protesting over what they said was inadequate pay among other issues, things like there was a toxic culture at the studio, and if you spoke out about it, you were fired. And, saying when they tried to address this and to have a meeting with Dhar Mann, they couldn't, instead only getting a meeting with the head of production and HR. Now, for his part, Dhar Mann says he pays his actors well and says that these allegations are false, saying that he has feedback forms and other means for actors to bring up problems. And, we're starting to see more updates to this story, like with one of the actors, Dylan Harris. He posted a video claiming that Dhar Mann threatened him with legal action. - If you want to keep threatening to sue me, guess what, dude? I really love playing chess. - And, then including screenshots of emails with the subject line, "Confidential and Privileged Settlement Communications, Cease and Desist Regarding Dhar Mann", though one of those screenshots did notably say that because Dylan had deleted a post in question, the team would no longer be pursuing action. And, it's also worth noting that the TikTok we just showed about the cease and desist is no longer on Dylan's page, but that's also not where this story ends, because Dhar Mann is continuing to defend himself and proclaim his innocence, versing things like this TikTok of what appears to be people for Dhar Mann Studios patting him on the shoulder to comfort him while the song "We Are Family" plays. And, then more concretely, in an Instagram post yesterday, he said, he is saddened for those affected by everything going on and for the various misleading stories that have spread, saying he and some of the original actors who have been with the studio since the start are working together to get through this. Also claiming that the actors who were protesting haven't worked with the studio in years and they only represent a small percentage of the thousands of actors that have been in Dhar Mann videos.