WARNING: Are You Among the 104,000 Naked Women 'Undressed' by New App?

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By Lee Callahan

Naked photos of you could be circulating on the Internet -- even if you've never shed a single piece of clothing for a picture. Investigators with security specialist Sensity have revealed they've discovered a deep-fake bot that used artificial intelligence to strip the clothes off women on the messaging app Telegram.

"Today we go public with the findings of a new investigation. Early this year we uncovered a new deep-fake bot on Telegram, an evolution of the infamous DeepNude from 2019, which ‘undressed’ at least 100,000 women without their knowledge."

Investigators say the actual number of women who have been "undressed" by the app and shared publicly is 104,852. There are likely more. Read on here.

What would you do if you came across a naked picture of yourself online? Is it possible to reach through your phone to punch some guy in the throat?

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