The world has gone crazy over the latest app that let’s you see what you will look like when you get into senior years of your life and it’s no joke. The app collected over 150 million of peoples faces and names, and that information is now on the cloud. It’s all fun and games but bottom line is once it’s on the cloud none of us have control all of it.
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Everyone is on the app, from celebrities to friends and family.
Former Rackspace manager Rob La Gesse mentioned today:
To make FaceApp actually work, you have to give it permissions to access your photos - ALL of them. But it also gains access to Siri and Search .... Oh, and it has access to refreshing in the background - so even when you are not using it, it is using you.
Rob La Gesse
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