YouTube removes over 1,000 videos of celebrity AI scam ads


SAN FRANCISCO: Google-owned YouTube has deleted more than 1,000 deepfake scam ad videos of celebrities from its platform.

YouTube said it is “investing heavily” to stop AI celebrity scam ads.

After a 404 Media probe into such fake celebrity ads, YouTube deleted more than 1,000 videos tied to an advertising ring that used AI to make celebrities like Taylor Swift, Steve Harvey, and Joe Rogan promote Medicare scams.

Such videos had nearly 200 million views, with both users and celebrities regularly complaining about them, said the report.

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