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– AI-Generated Nude Images Circulate Among Issaquah Students: No Accusations Made

KIRO 7 has learned that AI-generated pornographic images of female students have been circulating a…

A family from Issaquah High School informed KIRO 7 that there has been a recent surge in the circulation of AI-generated pornographic images within the school. Furthermore, it was revealed that a teenage student manipulated images of adult staff using AI to create altered versions before disseminating them in a distorted manner across the school.

While choosing to maintain anonymity, the concerned family disclosed that the school did not promptly notify them about their child’s victimization.

Despite our inquiries regarding the school district’s failure to alert parents about this issue, no response was provided. The district refrained from elaborating further but did acknowledge an incident in October, indicating that it had become a law enforcement matter. The Issaquah Police Department is actively investigating the situation, as confirmed by official sources.

Upon learning of the distressing events, Sherri Burgess, a parent and grandparent, expressed her shock, stating, “I’m appalled by it.” She emphasized the need for significant consequences in such cases.

While many parents echo Burgess’s sentiments, attorney Debbie Silberman cautioned that the legal complexities involved are not straightforward.

Silberman emphasized the necessity for legislative updates, noting that as of now, no individuals have faced prosecution for creating deceptive images with the intent to harm minors.

She highlighted the absence of specific state or federal statutes addressing the creation of such deceptive imagery.

Silberman underscored the gravity of the situation, stating, “this narrative is profoundly distressing as it compromises an individual’s likeness, identity, reputation, and future, necessitating prompt legal intervention.”

In the event of potential civil litigation, Silberman suggested that the circumstances might align with existing legal frameworks.

She remarked, “I have yet to encounter a legal precedent targeting individuals who misuse someone’s images to fabricate elaborate falsified photographs.” Silberman also drew attention to the concept of technological violence, frequently targeting women, as another form of criminal behavior.

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