PROTECT TAYLOR SWIFT: Fans launch powerful online movement in support of singer after sickening explicit AI photos shared on social media

Taylor Swift fans have launched a powerful online movement in support of the singer after she became the subject of a vile abuse campaign in which artificial intelligence created images of her in explicit situations that were shared online.

Dozens of graphic images, too explicit for MailOnline to publish, were uploaded to Celeb Jihad this week, showing Swift in a series of sexual acts while wearing Kansas City Chief memorabilia and at the stadium.

Swift has been a regular at Chiefs games since going public with her romance with star player Travis Kelce.

Fans showed their support for the Shake It Off singer, 34, and took to social media to criticize the images and the people who created them.

One said: ‘Those disgusting men are so bloody awful (I swear to God), how come some of you don’t have a mother or a sister too? Imagine it’s their photos shared online, you’d still call it an overreaction you freaks?’

Swift (pictured) has been a regular at Chiefs games since going public with her romance with star player Travis Kelce.

Another said: “Men are posting AI-generated images of sexually assaulted Taylor Swift and demanding more graphic images to share for their own pleasure.

“They are sending public comments about wanting to violate it. What the hell is wrong with this world?»

The user also said: “I think part of the reason so many men love these fake images of Taylor Swift being sexually assaulted is because it’s humiliating and degrading a strong and powerful woman for them. They want to see her «put in her place».

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While Swift herself has yet to comment on the images, a source close to her said on Thursday: “Whether or not legal action will be taken is being decided, but one thing is clear: these fake AI-generated images are abusive, offensive and exploitative. and done without Taylor’s consent and/or knowledge.

“The Twitter account that posted them no longer exists. It’s shocking that a social media platform even left them to begin with.

“These images must be removed from wherever they exist and should not be promoted by anyone.

Explicit AI-generated images of Taylor Swift have been posted on the website Celeb Jihad, which was previously warned by the singer’s lawyers after it shared another fake image in 2011.

The lewd images refer to Swift’s Kansas City Chiefs fandom, which began after she began dating star player Travis Kelce.

The images were generated by members of the Telegram chat group using Microsoft programs and sharing solutions to circumvent Microsoft’s rules.

‘Taylor’s circle of family and friends are furious, as are her fans.

“They have a right to be and every woman should have.

«The door needs to be closed on that.» Legislation must be passed and laws must be enacted to prevent this.”

According to an analysis shared with The Associated Press in December by independent researcher Genevieve Oh, more than 143,000 new deepfake videos have been posted online this year, more than every other year combined.

Democratic Congressman Joe Morelle recently introduced a bill that would outlaw such sites. He is among the lawmakers who are speaking out against this practice.

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«It’s clear that AI technology is advancing faster than the necessary guardrails,» said Congressman Tom Kean, Jr.

“Whether the victim is Taylor Swift or any young person across our country – we need to put safeguards in place to combat this alarming trend.

«The AI ​​Labeling Act would be a very significant step forward,» added New Jersey Congressman Tom Kean, Jr., who is co-sponsoring the bill.

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