If you're one of the users who downloaded the FaceApp app to get an overview of the look of your wrinkles, your data may be in danger.
Recently, social network users began to publish images in which they appeared with a greater appearance. It is an application which, when downloading a photo, uses algorithms of Artificial Intelligence (AI) manages to age the face of the user.
In the app developed in St. Petersburg, Russia. , there are several filters that change the appearance of the user, once the filter or effect chosen, FaceApp algorithms are executed and they transform the photo.
According to the privacy section of FaceApp, updated to 2017. , the app can share your information.
The site indicates that the information collected may be stored and processed in the United States or in any other country in which FaceApp operates.
We can also share your information, as well as information about the tools. such as cookies, log files, device identifiers, and location data, with third-party organizations that help us provide the service.
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