Watch a Trump clone investigate deepfakes in a new show from the creators of South Park

The creators of South Park have launched a new deepfake satire show called Sassy Justice — and you can watch it for free on YouTube. Trey Parker and Matt Stone teamed up with British comedian Peter Serafinowicz for the weekly series. It’s hosted by Fred Sassy, a consumer advocate and reporter for a local TV station in Cheyenne, Wyoming who’s “Taking the blindfold OFF of Justice!” The first 15-minute episode explores the dangers of deepfakes and some slightly dubious methods of detecting them. “Scammers are finding new ways to take advantage of you — the consumer,” the familiar-looking Sassy warns. “Now, with a technology… This story continues at The Next Web

Watch a Trump clone investigate deepfakes in a new show from the creators of South Park

The creators of South Park have launched a new deepfake satire show called Sassy Justice — and you can watch it for free on YouTube. Trey Parker and Matt Stone teamed up with British comedian Peter Serafinowicz for the weekly series. It’s hosted by Fred Sassy, a consumer advocate and reporter for a local TV station in Cheyenne, Wyoming who’s “Taking the blindfold OFF of Justice!” The first 15-minute episode explores the dangers of deepfakes and some slightly dubious methods of detecting them. “Scammers are finding new ways to take advantage of you — the consumer,” the familiar-looking Sassy warns. “Now, with a technology…

This story continues at The Next Web