Investigation into Rashmika Mandanna’s deepfake case closed

New Delhi (ANI): The investigation into actress Rashmika Mandanna’s deepfake case has reached a deadlock as social media platforms have shown their inability to provide any information about the individuals who allegedly created the deepfake profiles.
According to sources, the accused has deleted his account from the social media platform.
Officials said the account may have been created with a fake identity and a virtual private network (VPN) may have been used to upload the deep fake video.

Union Minister for Communications, Electronics and IT Ashwini Vaishnav said on November 18 that notices had been issued to all social media platforms and they were directed to take necessary steps to identify and remove such content.
According to officials, although the police detained some suspects, none of them made the deep fake video, rather they only shared the video.

Officials said that the investigation of the case is still going on.
Delhi Police has received a response expressing its inability to provide details about the suspect’s account which has been removed from the social media platform.

The Delhi Police IFSO (Internet Freedom and Security for Online Users) unit had sent a letter to Meta (formerly Facebook) earlier this week, but the social media company responded expressing its inability to provide details of the deleted account. Gave.

Sources further said that the police are awaiting a response from GoDaddy (a publicly traded internet domain registry) as a similar profile was also created through GoDaddy.
Highlighting the threat of deepfakes, Ashwini Vaishnav said during a media interaction on November 18, “Deepfakes are a big issue for all of us. We have recently issued notices to all major social media forms, asking them to take action.” Identify deepfakes, remove those contents. Social media platforms have responded. They are taking action. We have asked them to be more aggressive in this work.”

On November 6, a modified video of actress Rashmika Mandanna appeared online, sparking a discussion on digital security. In the viral video, it can be seen that a woman looking like actress Rashmika was entering the lift wearing a black swimsuit.
The video quickly went viral and many social media users came forward to confirm that it was a blatant lie. Later it was revealed that this video was of British actress Zara Patel.

The actor reacted strongly to the alleged deep fake video and said, “I am really sad to share this and I have to talk about my deep fake video being spread online. To be honest, something like this is not only scary for me but extremely scary.” For every one of us who is vulnerable to great harm due to the misuse of technology today.”
Delhi Police registered an FIR under relevant sections and the matter was investigated.

Delhi Police said technical analysis is underway to identify the accused involved in the deepfake video case of actress Rashmika Mandanna. (ANI)

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