Zelenskyy Deep Fake Video Posted Following Hack of Ukraine 24
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A deepfake video of Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy appearing to tell Ukrainians to surrender began to go viral online following a hack of Ukrainian television news outlet Ukraine 24.
Ukraine 24 said in a Facebook post that “The running line of the ‘Ukraine 24’ TV channel and the ‘Today’ website were hacked by enemy hackers and broadcast Zelenskyy's message about alleged ‘capitulation’❗️❗️❗️ THIS IS FAKE! FAKE !” No one has claimed responsibility for the alleged hack or the fake video. (Samantha Cole / Motherboard)
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