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FaceApp attracts FBI

By Guardian Exclusive
23 July 2019   |   2:42 pm
FaceApp, the popular photo app that transforms people’s faces to look old, might soon undergo a review by America's Federal Bureau of Investigations after security experts raised concerns over the open-ended policy of the app's Russian authors.

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