With as rapidly as technology moves these days, it will only be a matter of time before videos and audio recordings will look and sound so much like the real person that it will constitute significant issues, especially in the area of criminal law. Think about how easy it may become to fake a robbery or assault just to get someone else in trouble. The video will absolutely look like the person and the audio will sound exactly like them. Think this is crazy or far-fetched, just follow the link below to an article about serious issues with facial recognition software. I just had to deal with this very thing in a theft case. Thankfully, in the matter that I handled, the person was never arrested (only cited) and the charges were later dismissed and we got them expunged.