For many decades now, governments have been perfecting security surveillance through advanced photographic and computer technologies. In the last decade or so, it appeared that, at last, governments had perfected this technology completely. Microscopic, invisible cameras that could identify anyone through facial recognition technology. Perfect! At last, no one could ever escape Big Brother, anywhere. The government was all powerful, the citizen was helpless in its awesome grasp.
But, you know, technology has a habit of going where it wants to go, not necessarily where we want it to go. And, precisely the same technologies that the government found useful, now, the government finds very threatening indeed. Because AI generated images upset the whole government surveillance applecart. Suddenly, what appears to be real, on camera, is not. And, this can happen anytime, anywhere, to anyone. How can the government pursue court actions on the basis of images that cannot possibly be proven to be real, under any circumstances? They can't! We're back to highly questionable eyewitness testimony, and government power is broken, forever.
There are wonderful ways you can make this point clear to government officials and accelerate this process. Send AI generated images of important public officials engaged in all kinds of illicit sexual activity. Send AI generated images of the entire U.S. Supreme Court engaged in a group sex orgy together. Wouldn't that be great! Imagine how Senate Majority Leader Chuck Shumer would react to receiving AI generated images of himself having sex with his daughter sent to him by his very constituents! Imagine how Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell would react to receiving AI generated images of himself having sex with Capitol Hill pages, straight from the good citizens of Kentucky. Way to go, Mitch!
Because, the message would be quite clear. Big Brother is blind, assholes!