Deepfakes and the 2024 Election

Carolyn Wimbly Martin and Sara Etemad-Moghadam

In March 2023, a photograph of Pope Francis showed him uncharacteristically fashionable in a long white cinched puffer coat. That same month, photographs of former President Trump being tackled by New York City police officers circulated on Twitter, attracting five million views. If these events seem implausible, or you’re surprised that they didn’t make major […]

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Copyright and Photography: Exceptions and Special Cases

Carolyn Wimbly Martin and Charlotte Cuccia

This is the third Insight in a series addressing how photographers can exploit and protect their rights. Read the first post here, the second post here, the fourth post here, the fifth post here and the sixth post here. Previously, we have discussed high-profile, ongoing copyright cases that photographers should be aware of as well as best practices […]

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