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Pocketnow Daily: FaceApp could be STEALING your PHOTOS… (video)

By Samuel Martinez July 19, 2019, 12:58 am

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Photo editor FaceApp goes viral again, prompting security concerns

We’ve all seen the Face App challenge at this point, what people might not know is that the app may not be safe. A Senate Leader has already asked the FTC and FBI to investigate the Russian app as you are giving them a picture of you, and you are also giving them access to your camera roll. Concerns include that the app may steal your camera roll or the images you upload and sell them as stock photos or be used for ads in Russia. So far, several researchers have looked into the matter but no evidence has been found on the company practicing this but it is very easy for them to do so… so beware. The company also claims they may store the picture you upload for about 48hrs but it is deleted after.



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