A mother and her 14-year-old daughter are advocating for better protections for victims after AI-generated nude images of the teen and other female classmates were circulated at a high school in New Jersey. Meanwhile, on the other side of the country, officials are investigating an incident involving a teenage boy who allegedly used artificial intelligence to create and distribute similar images of other students – also teen girls - that attend a high school in suburban Seattle, Washington.
“SAFE SELFIE CAMPAIGN” FOR HALLOWEEN LAUNCHED BY GRASSROOTS CONSUMER COALITION PARENTS FOR IMAGE CONSENT (P.I.C.)
When parents post photos of their children online, they run the risk of bad actors taking those photos for nefarious ends.
Cathy Pedrayes – National Spokesperson for Parents for Image Consent (P.I.C.) & online safety advocate
Victims of image abuse report devastating consequences
Nearly one-fourth of American women 18-30 years old say they have experienced photo abuse
ImageShield, a pioneering image abuse prevention platform, has released a first-of-its-kind study