I am referring to this question. The author asks if there exists a possibility to create deepfake-videos on a low-end PC.
On the one hand, I want to assume the best in people and therefore do not want to accuse them of an unethical use case. However, on the other hand, I also don't want to be naive: the majority of the videos created with deepfake are unethical.
Also, even if the author has good intentions and is planning to use deepfake in an ethical way, other people who stumble upon this question may not. This can, of course, happen with any question on Stack Exchange. The difference, however, is that the probability is very high that the answers to this question will be used with unethical intentions.
Further, there are also questions like this one where the author is interested in the functionality of deepfake but is at the same time using it to create videos. Deepfake is indeed a very fascinating piece of software and explaining it could add valuable knowledge to this site. But the probability is still high that by answering it, we support unethical behavior.
To put it in more general terms: how should we deal with questions that have a high probability of being used unethically by the author or by other people? Deepfake is most probably just the beginning.
Edit: I'd like to add a short description of the status quo to underline the importance of this question. Currently, answers to questions regarding deepfake are encouraged by the site mechanics. If one posts a valid answer, he or she gets rewarded with 10 points per upvote. That means, if we do not agree upon how we should deal with such questions, we passively support them.