Deepfake technology is an artificial intelligence software developed by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation that allows it to detect “fake news” stories on websites and use the data to track its audience.
The algorithm has been used to track a wide range of sites, including Buzzfeed, The Verge, The Washington Post, and others.
It has been accused of using the data in an effort to influence the outcome of elections and for political purposes.
The FBI has also been criticized for using the Deepfake to track political dissidents in Venezuela.
The company’s founders, Troy Hunt and Mark Bittman, are accused of running a $10 million botnet in the US and Mexico in which the company used deep fake technology to identify and report on news stories.
The Deepfake team also used Deepfake data to target Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms.
The firm has denied using Deepfake.
The allegations are the latest in a string of news stories about Deepfake that have surfaced.
A similar botnet called Pegasus was also used to target the social media platform.
Hunt and Bittmans have been sentenced to life in prison.
In a statement, Deepfake said it had “no involvement” with the Deep fake botnet and that it had been “reluctant to engage in this sort of behavior.”
Deepfake also said it “has not knowingly published any fake news on its platform.”
Hunt and Bitsman have been released from prison after serving five years.
The Justice Department declined to comment on the case.
The US has seen a rise in deep fake stories, according to the Deep Fake founder.
A recent study published by the Harvard Business School estimated that in 2016, a total of 547 million articles were fake news stories, a 30 percent increase from 2015.
The fake news industry is worth about $1.7 billion, according a 2015 report by the Association for Political Communication.