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Tuesday, 20 August 2019
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Mark Zuckerberg's deepfake video livelier than his real ones

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​ Mark Zuckerberg, the Facebook founder, was recently featured in a 'deepfake' video by artists Bill Posters and Daniel Howe, together with the advertising agency Canny. The video shows Mark talking about his life agenda and everyday routine. Catchupnews notices that Mark looks far more vivacious in this video that in his usual announcements.

Fake Saudi prince arrested over bacon

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​ 48-old Anthony Gignac was recently sentenced to 18 years of prison for stealing $8 million from naïve investors by pretending he was Sultan Bin Khalid Al-Saud, a Saudi prince. Gignac came under suspicion after one of his victims saw him munching bacon and pork, even though he was, as a Muslim, forbidden to consume it, Catchupnews reveals.
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