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Photo manipulation app for mobile devices.

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FaceApp: Photo manipulation app for mobile devices.
FaceApp is a mobile application for iOS and Android developed by Russian company Wireless Lab which uses artificial intelligence to generate highly realistic transformations of faces in photographs. The app can transform a face to make it smile, look younger, look older, or change gender. The app's privacy policy attracted criticism in 2019.

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Not just FaceApp: 4 popular Apps also taking your information

Experts say FaceApp isn’t doing anything unusual by harvesting your personal data and there’s probably a bunch apps on your phone doing the same thing!
USATODAY.com - Published

Facing up to FaceApp: think before you toss your identity into the digital abyss

The FBI investigated whether Russia might exploit the leading app. While perhaps it's not so sinister, we must be wary about who controls our personal data.
The Age - Published

Videos for FaceApp

FaceApp: Are security concerns around viral app founded? | #TheCube [Video]FaceApp: Are security concerns around viral app founded? | #TheCube

FaceApp has gone viral this week, but many users on social media have raised concerns surrounding privacy and facial recognition. Do these concerns have any basis?

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 03:20Published

 

FaceApp: How accurate are the predictions?

They're older now, but how good is FaceApp at ageing photos of celebrities when they were young?
BBC News - Published

Some FaceApp privacy concerns may be overblown

Wired editor-in-chief Nick Thompson tells CBSN there's little evidence to back up photo fears around Russian-owned app
CBS News - Published

This is why people are talking about FaceApp

Photo app transforms faces using artificial intelligence.
USATODAY.com - Published

'You don't exist to me': Mariah Carey refuses FaceApp aging challenge

In classic Mariah Carey fashion, the pop diva said she refuses to acknowledge viral existence of FaceApp, which makes users look old.
USATODAY.com - Published

Lawmakers call for investigation into viral FaceApp

Senator Chuck Schumer has called for the FBI to investigate the Russian-owned FaceApp for potential privacy or security risks. CBS News' Lisa Mateo reports on the viral app, and CNET senior producer..
CBS News - Published

FaceApp's privacy concerns: How the app compares to Facebook, Instagram and SnapChat terms

A new wave of interest has made FaceApp the top free entry in the Apple and Google app stores. It has also lead to privacy concerns.
USATODAY.com - Published

DNC tells 2020 presidential candidates to stop using FaceApp as Schumer calls for investigation

Schumer asked the FBI to determine whether the data uploaded to FaceApp "may be finding its way into the hands of the Russian government."
USATODAY.com - Published

FaceApp sparks myths and privacy fears. Here's where your photos go

Consumers flocked to the app to get a glimpse of their older selves, but fears are growing over its privacy policy
CBS News - Published

What you should know before using popular Russian-owned aging app

There are new privacy concerns surrounding a popular app that makes users look older. FaceApp has more than 80 million active users but tech experts warn you may give up your privacy when you upload..
CBS News - Published

Top Democrat urges FBI to investigate "troubling" FaceApp

Schumer suggested that the Russian-developed app could be the latest wave of Russia's counterintelligence campaign against the U.S.
CBS News - Published

What is FaceApp and why are people concerned about it?

what is faceapp and why are people concerned about it?
FaceApp’s ageing filter is proving popular – but the app has also caused concern (Picture: FaceApp Inc/Apple) The FaceApp challenge has been sweeping the nation, with even celebrities getting..
WorldNews - Published

FaceApp Says It Doesn't Share Users' Data Amid Security Concerns

faceapp says it doesn't share users' data amid security concerns
The news comes after US Senators urged the FBI and the Federal Trade Commission to assess the dangers of the FaceApp programme, claiming that users’ personal data could find its way into the hands of..
WorldNews - Published

DNC warns 2020 Democratic campaigns to avoid Russian-made FaceApp

Artificial face-aging app has exploded in popularity, but given tech experts' concerns over privacy, DNC says "benefits of avoiding the app outweigh the risks"
CBS News - Published

US Senator calls for investigation into FaceApp over security concerns

Popular Russia-based application FaceApp, which allows users to change their appearance to look older or younger, came under fire in the United States Wednesday, with one senator urging an FBI..
France 24 - Published

FaceApp: Chuck Schumer asks for FBI investigation

faceapp: chuck schumer asks for fbi investigation
Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer has called for an investigation into FaceApp, which alters users'...
WorldNews - Published Also reported by •BBC News

FaceApp Lets You ‘Age’ a Photo by Decades. Does It Also Violate Your Privacy?

Some security concerns raised about the app at the center of a popular social media trend are exaggerated, but experts say the developer should be more transparent.
NYTimes.com - Published

#FaceAppChallenge raises privacy concerns

FaceApp uses artificial intelligence technology to turn you into a senior citizen
CBS News - Published

Using FaceApp to age your photos may be fun, but you could be giving up your privacy

FaceApp, which lets you take a photo of yourself and add a filter that shows you much older, is raising some concerns with privacy experts.
USATODAY.com - Published

Carrie Underwood, more A-listers shock with wrinkles in FaceApp transformations

Carrie Underwood is joining in on the FaceApp transformation trend, taking to Instagram to share a photo of what she would look like with wrinkles.
USATODAY.com - Published

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