Sometimes, deepfake victims don't want to be convinced it is fake.
Guest Etay Maor of Cato Networks joins Dave Bittner to discuss the impact that deepfakes will have on our society, we share some fun feedback on the Lightning Rod story edit, Dave's story talks about how some of the most successful and lucrative online scams employ a “low-and-slow” approach, Joe's story is about 2 Arkansas farmer that scammed investors out of money for wind turbines, but used it for houses, cars and Disney World, and our Catch of the Day is from an unnamed listener with a supposed iPhone invoice.
Links to stories:
- Gift Card Gang Extracts Cash From 100k Inboxes Daily
- Arkansas wind farmers claimed their technology was more efficient than turbines — then spent investors’ money on houses, cars and at Disney World
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