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12 December 2023

December 12, 2023

A reminder about eSafety’s current public consultation period, the impact of AI deepfakes and news about Meta and end-to-end encryption:

  1. Reminder – eSafety’s Draft Standards for Relevant Electronic Services and Designated Internet Services public consultation period closes Thursday, 21st December 2023
  2. This European article features Australian activist and researcher Noelle Martin discussing the trends and impact of AI deepfakes
  3. Meta has defaulted end-to-end encryption across Messenger and Facebook – this NBC News article covers concerns raised by NCMEC and law enforcement-

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